Then what protects a reporter from writing a story on a topic they know nothing about and only present one side of the facts? Seems like maybe local governments ought to be able to, being "close to their constituents," make laws that restrain and restrict the First Amendment too, particularly when a paper like the Orland Slantinel and its editorial board have a long history of inventing new facts when the existing ones prove problematic.Constitutional rights are not absolute. Threats to kill someone aren’t protected under free speech. Polygamy isn’t protected under freedom of religion. Unpermitted rallies and marches aren’t protected under freedom of assembly.
A few months ago they had an editorial stating they’d endorse anyone but Trump in the upcoming election because, “they’d had enough.” You can’t be anymore infantile than that.I lived in Orlando for over 30 years and after 5 years I had to cancel my subscription because it was so far left there was no right, they suck.