Free Speech: What’s the catch?

As noted by Ann Coulter, there are no  asterisks in the First Amendment.  However, for the over 12% of the  population that is disabled, the time, place and manner restrictions  that do not account for the disabled population place a bold asterisk on  the First Amendment, that is, the government must not violate a  person’s freedom of speech, unless that person is disabled.   If law and  policy makers consider these seven principles, it is likely that the  12% of the population that are identified as disabled may be better able  to exercise their freedoms of speech and assembly, as opposed to  relegated to platforms where they are less able to spread their message  or consume the message of others.

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