Is Graffiti Constitutionally Protected Free Speech?

While governments have worked for decades to rid graffiti from their communities, a Minnesota Law Review article argues that it’s a form of collective free speech that should be evaluated by local communities on a case-by-case basis.


Homeless ‘Need Protection’ from Crime: Advocates

Concerns about security at New York City hotels used to shelter homeless families are rising after a report documents criminal activity at more than half the hotels last year. The city now houses more than 30 percent of the nation’s homeless families.