Judge Zloch Opines that Publicly Sharing Food is Not Expressive Conduct

In his September 30, 2016 Order, United States District Judge William J. Zloch, of the Southern District of Florida, granted the defendant City of Fort Lauderdale’s motion for summary judgment and denied the plaintiffs’ similar motion on the basis that “Because the Court finds that Plaintiffs’ conduct is not protected by the First Amendment, the Court will find for Defendant. No disputes as to material facts prevent judgment in the City’s favor.” Id. at 29.

78 – Order Denying Plaintiffs Motion for Summary Judgment

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