Performers can dance and sing all they want on the streets of St. Louis following a ruling by a federal judge and the city’s subsequent decision to stop regulating street performances.
Charlie Brennan – Monday, July 15th – George Zimmerman Verdict; Downsizing State Gov’t; Anniversary of Death of History’s Tallest Person; Ruling Expected on Street Performers; and Market Analyst Al Goldman
Charlie and Debbie talk about the George Zimmerman verdict; Charlie talks about downsizing state gov’t with Mo.Rep. Paul Curtman; with Don Huber, Alton, IL, Township Supervisor, about Robert Wadlow; with ACLU Atty Grant Dody about a ruling on STL City street performers; and with Market Analyst Al Goldman.
The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a St. Louis city ordinance that requires street performers to audition and pay a permit fee.
Franklin County officials are waiting for a Supreme Court ruling involving a separation of church and state case in New York.
The American Civil Liberties Union says Ste. Genevieve County and former inmate Stanley Schell have settled a lawsuit filed in January.
A new lawsuit accuses police in Ellisville of violating the rights of drivers by prosecuting those who flash headlights to warn others.
The lawsuit claims the program violates students’ Fourth Amendment rights against unlawful searches and seizures.
The city of Desloge in St. Francois County, agreed this week to stop enforcing an ordinance prohibiting leaflets on streets and sidewalks.
The ACLU feels the surplus equipment is leading to more aggressive policing, especially in poor neighborhoods and neighborhoods of color.
U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber issued the ruling Tuesday in St. Louis in a case involving the Salem Public Library.