Lisa Marie, of Oakland, took part in a rally in front of the Federal Building in downtown Oakland last year. In Philadelphia, a protester will go to federal court next week, arguing that he should not be prosecuted for smoking pot at a downtown rally because he was exercising his First Amendment rights.
Lisa Marie, of Oakland, took part in a rally in front of the Federal Building in downtown Oakland last year. In Philadelphia, a protester will go to federal court next week, arguing that he should not be prosecuted for smoking pot at a downtown rally because he was exercising his First Amendment rights. MCT
Lisa Marie, of Oakland, took part in a rally in front of the Federal Building in downtown Oakland last year. In Philadelphia, a protester will go to federal court next week, arguing that he should not be prosecuted for smoking pot at a downtown rally because he was exercising his First Amendment rights. MCT

Is smoking pot protected free speech?

December 13, 2013 12:44 PM

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