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    :: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 ::

    High court reaffirms free speech at malls - By Greg Moran, San Diego Union Tribune
    The decision came in a nearly decade-old case involving Fashion Valley mall and a labor union representing pressroom workers at The San Diego Union-Tribune.

    In October 1998, union members handed out leaflets in front of what was then the Robinsons-May store detailing their labor dispute with the newspaper. The leaflets also pointed out that the store was a heavy advertiser in the paper.

    Fashion Valley, like many malls, allows protesters but requires them to get a permit from the mall and abide by the rules outlined in it. One of those rules prohibits calling for boycotts of any tenants in the mall.
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