ACLU Urges Legislation Allowing Free Speech at Malls

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A month after a man is arrested in an upstate New York shopping center for refusing to take off his anti-war T-shirt, the American Civil Liberties Union works to introduce state legislation that would require private shopping malls to allow free speech and expression. Hear NPR's Mandalit del Barco.

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