Free Speech Under Assault in New Jersey

Author: Rory B. Bellows

The New Jersey State Supreme Court will a challenge to a New Jersey law banning the distribution of information 100 feet from polling places. So what if people can pass out leaflets about candidates at the doors of polling places. It’s not like this mythical 100 foot barrier prevents you from hearing a candidates radio commercial. Every time I go and vote I am able to park right in front of the doors to the polling place. Should I be forced to turn off my car radio so I am not unfairly influenced by the radio commercials that may play? Should I be forced to turn off El Rushbo?

This is just more stupid nanny statism by the state of New Jersey.

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