Crackdowns on Protests Will Only Backfire on Officials

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Bearing Arms' Cam & Co
May 7, 2020

City council members in one Ohio city were hoping to approve a new ordinance limiting the ability of citizens to protest outside of the home of the state's director of the Department of Health, but backed off after hearing from a constitutional attorney and the local chief of police, who rightfully pointed out that restricting the First or Second Amendment rights of residents would likely lead to larger crowds and even more opposition.