The city of Kennewick is considering repealing its panhandling ban on certain intersections following rulings by the U.S. and Washington Supreme Courts that such laws must pass strict First Amendment scrutiny.
The city of Kennewick is considering repealing its panhandling ban on certain intersections following rulings by the U.S. and Washington Supreme Courts that such laws must pass strict First Amendment scrutiny. Charles Bertram Tri-City Herald file
The city of Kennewick is considering repealing its panhandling ban on certain intersections following rulings by the U.S. and Washington Supreme Courts that such laws must pass strict First Amendment scrutiny. Charles Bertram Tri-City Herald file

Kennewick may repeal panhandling rules, deemed unconstitutional

December 18, 2016 07:45 PM

UPDATED December 19, 2016 04:41 PM

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