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18 Jan 19 Rally for Your Rights gathering

solus

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The Olympian 10 Jan 19 article states, quote
A gun rights rally next week on the Capitol Campus is expected to draw 150 people, including some with guns.

Rally for Your Rights will take place from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 18 on the north steps of the Legislative Building.

The event is organized by the Gun Rights Coalition and is permitted by the Department of Enterprise Services. unquote

https://www.theolympian.com/news/politics-government/article224196845.html
 

color of law

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The Olympian 10 Jan 19 article states, quote
A gun rights rally next week on the Capitol Campus is expected to draw 150 people, including some with guns.

Rally for Your Rights will take place from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 18 on the north steps of the Legislative Building.

The event is organized by the Gun Rights Coalition and is permitted by the Department of Enterprise Services. unquote

https://www.theolympian.com/news/politics-government/article224196845.html
and is permitted by the Department of Enterprise Services.
I'm confused...

Washington Constitution:
ARTICLE I
SECTION 4 RIGHT OF PETITION AND ASSEMBLAGE.
The right of petition and of the people peaceably to assemble for the common good shall never be abridged.
 

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Every group larger than X amount of people has to get a permit. PETA, ANTIFA, etc. Has nothing to do with 2A. They won't stop you, they just want to schedule groups for different days so they can have their rally without any group interfering with each others message.
 

color of law

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Every group larger than X amount of people has to get a permit. PETA, ANTIFA, etc. Has nothing to do with 2A. They won't stop you, they just want to schedule groups for different days so they can have their rally without any group interfering with each others message.
Washington Constitution:
ARTICLE I
SECTION 4 RIGHT OF PETITION AND ASSEMBLAGE.
The right of petition and of the people peaceably to assemble for the common good shall never be abridged.
Gee, I don't see anything in the "Right of Petition" that the right needs to be scheduled with the government. Not a word about petitioning on Monday, Wednesday or Friday, or on a day that satisfies the government liking.

Can you point that out to me?
 

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Every group larger than X amount of people has to get a permit. PETA, ANTIFA, etc. Has nothing to do with 2A. They won't stop you, they just want to schedule groups for different days so they can have their rally without any group interfering with each others message.
Humm, chuck do you have a cite for your misinformation, er sorry unsubstantiated commentary?
 

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The expression of the First Amendment can be, in certain circumstances, restricted by "time, place, and manner."
Time, place and manner restrictions are content-neutral limitations imposed by the government on expressive activity. For a quick discussion on this, go here.
 

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The expression of the First Amendment can be, in certain circumstances, restricted by "time, place, and manner."
Time, place and manner restrictions are content-neutral limitations imposed by the government on expressive activity. For a quick discussion on this, go here.
Prosecuting for free assembly is quite difficult.
 

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