Curfew Laws Fixed To Protect Constitutional Rights

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Following Chicago’s lead, some suburban communities are re-evaluating curfew laws to make sure they don’t violate teens’ constitutional rights, says the Chicago Tribune. Last week, Glencoe, Ill., suspended curfew arrests while officials review a recent federal court ruling that declared an Indiana curfew law unconstitutional because it interfered with minors’ 1st Amendment rights. Lake Forest
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