A federal appeals court recently told a town in Colorado that it could not impose a door-to-door soliciting curfew on one of the largest pest control companies in the nation. But the ruling does more than allow the company to knock on residents’ doors at dinnertime; it’s a landmark First Amendment victory too. Natalie Posgate learned more from Jeremy Fielding, the Dallas attorney who prevailed . . .
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