Judge Grants 30 Days to Make Changes in Starr Co. Electioneering Policy
RIO GRANDE CITY – Starr County was given a deadline to rewrite their policy on use of public property.
A building and property use police was created alongside and electioneering policy.
That policy banned electioneering from public property but it was rendered unenforceable.
The plaintiffs in the lawsuit contend the policy limits free speech in places like the county courthouse sidewalk and parks.
A federal judge ordered the county to rewrite the policy in 30 days.
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