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Chicago's Definition of Disorderly Changes

A recent ruling from the U.S. District Court in Illinois might make it a little easier to be a protestor in Chicago. Chicago's disorderly conduct ordinance says you can be arrested, even if you aren't the one causing the disorder.  But District Judge John Grady recently ruled that ordinance was unconstitutional. We talk with Professor Sheldon Nahmod of Chicago-Kent College of Law about the ruling [pdf].

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