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New Hampshire donut censorship and the ‘speech police’: Local bakery sues over ruling that student-painted mural was advertising, not art

Posted on AllSides April 10th, 2024
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A New Hampshire town’s new ordinance that was pitched as “a path forward” for public artwork hasn’t resolved a bakery owner’s First Amendment dispute over a large pastry painting, and his lawyer predicts it will only lead to more litigation as town officials become “speech police.” Conway residents passed the ordinance by a vote of 1,277 to 423 during town elections Tuesday, part of a lengthy ballot for budget and spending items and picking government positions, such as selectboard, treasurer, and police commissioner. The vote came more than a year...

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