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Judge uses 1st Amendment on Pokemon Go park ban. It's super effective!

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From memory of time spent in the US then seem to recall state/national parks (and I think the old international terminal at SFO) had designated "1st ammendment" areas where anyone was permitted to express their first ammendment rights to harangue passers by with their views and to sell tat which promoted those views ... generally the park authorities put large notices around these areas warning visitors that people in the area were not endorsed by the authorities and probably should be ignored/avoided. So ... why can't Milwaukee just define small areas of each park as being an "1st ammendment pokemon area" with no restritcions and apply the existing restrictions (or probably a total ban) to the rest of the parks.

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