http://www.timesdispatch.com/frontpage/MGB3U7W81HD.html The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to invalidate a Richmond, Va., Redevelopment and Housing Authority trespassing policy aimed at keeping undesirables out of city housing projects, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports. Kevin Lamont Hicks, convicted three times, failed to show that the policy violated the Constitution's First Amendment, Justice Antonin Scalia wrote for a unanimous court. Virginia Attorney General Jerry W. Kilgore said the high court had "made it clear that trespass policies like [Richmond's] will not be struck . . .
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