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Opinions – 3/5/13: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Constitutional Law Professional speech doctrine  BOTTOM LINE: County ordinances, which required any person doing business as a “fortune teller” to obtain a business license and imposed fines for failure to do so, did not violate plaintiff’s First Amendment right to freedom of speech, because plaintiff’s spiritual counseling activities, which involved personalized psychic readings for paying clients, were ...

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