Watchtower Society v. Stratton: Requirement for Permits for Door-to-Door Advocacy Struck Down Hot

Watchtower Society v. Stratton: Requirement for Permits for Door-to-Door Advocacy Struck Down

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Decided: Watchtower Society v. Village of Stratton — The Supreme Court rules that it was unconstitutional for the Village of Stratton to make it a misdemeanor for groups to do door-to-door advocacy without registering with town officials for a permit.

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