http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A46273-2003Apr27.html The Supreme Court is due to hear arguments Wednesday in a dispute over measures taken to control open-air drug sales in a Richmond, Va., housing project called Whitcomb Court. Six years ago, declared the streets and sidewalks in the project and other developments the private property of the housing authority, the Washington Post reports. The agency up "no trespassing" signs and empowered police to arrest any nonresident who could not show a "legitimate business or . . .
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