Letter to the Editor: In violation?

Jordan Warfel is holding his Candlelight Walk at the Mispillion Riverwalk and has stated that the only signs and literature allowed are those provided by the organizers. (“Candlelight Walk commemorates unborn babies,” April 26)

That is a clear violation of the First Amendment. If I, or anyone else, decide to carry a pro-choice sign and/or distribute pro-choice literature, any person attempting to intervene will be subject to arrest.

Mispillion Riverwalk is public domain and Mr. Warfel needs to hold his walk on private property in order to enforce the aforesaid sign and literature restrictions.

Kay Huether

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