That's right. The government may not make you to have free speech.The principal restriction was the requirement of a $36,000 bond, supposedly to cover damage that vandals might inflict on CATA buses.
she said that a $15,000 bond could be required,
Since when is this standard operating procedure? If CATA ran ads for a church, and those ads were vandalized, would CATA make the church pay the bill? Aren't the buses insured? If CoR was poor, would it then be illegal to make them pay a bond? implying that rights differ based on how much money you have?because she thought this was a reasonable amount for the risk involved, and she believed the Coalition could pay it easily.
If she needs help being convinced, then she's an idiot.She told the Coalition's lawyer, J. G. "Gerry" Shulze of Little Rock, that if the Coalition believed the $15,000 bond was still a restraint on free speech, he could come back and try to convince her.
If CATA ran ads for a church, and those ads were vandalized, would CATA make the church pay the bill?
Betsy wrote:...and...who would vandalize buses because they have nontheist ads on them? Christians?!?!
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