Jules Lobel on the Right to Canvass Residents

Professor Jules Lobel discussed the right of canvassers to knock on doors in residential neighborhoods, even after dark, despite the misgivings of the authorities in some Pittsburgh-area municipalities.  Professor Lobel told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that the right to reach residents by canvassing is protected by the First Amendment, which prevents municipalities from passing broad limits on door-to-door solicitation.


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