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Oregon Considered

11/26/2007 - Panhandling Crackdown Raises Free Speech Concerns

November 26, 2007

1121_panhandle.jpgAsking for money from strangers is never easy.
In two Oregon cities, it will soon be even tougher.
That’s because leaders there are trying to put an end to panhandling along the side of the road.
Complete article...
Oregon ACLU May Challenge Panhandling Laws

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