Duquesne Law Review
Pennsylvania Constitutional Law - Free Speech - Freedom to Petition - Private Property - Shopping Centers
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that the Pennsylvania Constitution does not guarantee a right of access to, or political expression upon, privately owned property held open to the public when the owner has prohibited such activity by a uniform exclusionary policy against political solicitation to prevent its use as a public forum.
Western Pennsylvania Socialist Workers Party 1982 Campaign v. Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, ___ Pa. ___, 515 A.2d 1331 (1986).
Richard E. Maebius,
Pennsylvania Constitutional Law - Free Speech - Freedom to Petition - Private Property - Shopping Centers,
Duq. L. Rev.
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