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Storm-Door Case Tests Property Rights for Millions
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Storm-Door Case Tests Property Rights for Millions

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Storm-Door Case Tests Property Rights for Millions

Storm-Door Case Tests Property Rights for Millions
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A neighborhood spat over a decorative storm door is now a court case that could determine the property rights of millions of Americans.

The New Jersey Supreme Court hears arguments over whether a couple's constitutional right to free speech was violated when they were told that their door violated neighborhood appearance standards.

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