Idaho Supreme Court upholds teenage curfew law
By: Bill O'ReillyMarch 31, 2010
Associated Press: The Idaho Supreme Court says a southern Idaho city's decision to order kids home by 11 p.m. doesn't violate the free-speech rights of youths.

The high court ruling handed down Friday overturned a decision by the Idaho Court of Appeals last year that found the curfew ordinance in the city of Wendell was unconstitutional because it effectively prevented kids from taking part in midnight church services, late night protests and other protected activities.

But the Idaho Supreme Court justices disagreed, unanimously finding that the curfew rule served a substantial government interest and didn't impact free speech rights any more than was necessary to carry out its purpose. The high court also noted kids could still take part in protests or other late-night activities with a note from their parents.
Read the full news article...
Log in or become a Premium Member to see Bill's No Spin Analysis.
Premium Member Comments
Only Premium Members can leave comments. Become a Premium Member to comment.
OCTOBER 25, 2016  | PM Rating: A+
Top Story
The Factor welcomed Washington Post reporter James Hohmann, who has been looking into those...
What the Heck Just Happened?
Pop stars Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus are visiting some colleges, urging students to vote for...
Learn More about our newsletters here. Column
Talking Points Memo Transcript
The Bill Bulletin
The Factor Insider
This Week on The Factor
E-mail Address