Professor Volokh Comments on Free Speech Rights in New York Times Article on Panhandlers in New York City

August 21, 2015 -- Professor Eugene Volokh commented on free speech rights in a New York Times article about "desnudas," topless, body-painted female panhandlers in New York City.

“It sounds like it is commercial,” said Eugene Volokh, a First Amendment expert at U.C.L.A. School of Law. “The city could say if you are naked in a public place for a commercial purpose, we are going to apply the law to you.”

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