A curfew proposal in Montgomery County, Maryland, has not been an easy sell. Opponents range from parent-teacher organizations to a town council and alternatives, such as anti-loitering laws, may win out. The law would prohibit “children” younger than 18 years old from outside areas past 11 p.m. from Sunday to Thursday and past midnight on […]
PALMDALE, California — The city’s younger residents may have won a small victory last Wednesday in the form of a court decision.
You probably live in the middle of suburbia. A place made up of two groups of people – those with a driver’s license and those without one. And though it is blatantly obvious that everyone should be allowed to have a driver’s license in suburbia, the government is aggressively trying to make the driving age […]
The Supreme Court ruled that a Chicago anti-loitering law is unconstitutional because it violated one’s first Amendment right to assemble peaceably. This ruling indicates that the Supreme Court may eventually rule that curfews, which also indirectly restrict public gatherings, are also unconstitutional.