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Black v. Arthur

Citation: 30 ELR 20338
No. Nos. 98-36044, -36046, 201 F.3d 1120/(9th Cir., 02/09/2000)

The court holds that a U.S. Forest Service regulation governing special use permits for gatherings of 75 people or more does not violate the U.S. Constitution. The court first holds that the regulation constitutes neither a facially invalid prior restraint nor a facially invalid time, place, or manner restriction....

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