ATLANTA -- Today, the ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the governor, his chief of staff, and the Georgia Building Authority (GBA) to urge an immediate end to government censorship of Liberty Plaza. Currently the GBA guidelines forbid organized protests at Liberty Plaza on weekends and evenings without the express approval of one of eight politicians who hold statewide office. What that means is those eight politicians alone hold in their hands the power to censor messages and dissent with which they disagree.
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