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Did the D.C. subway violate Milo Yiannopoulos' 1st Amendment rights?

Mass transit systems are more than a way to carry people to and from work; they also provide a prized platform for advertisers who covet the attention of a captive commuter audience. But what if a public transit agency worries that an advertisement will offend or scandalize some of its riders?...
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