Saturday, October 30, 2004

No-trespassing policy in public housing does not apply to voters

The Richmond paper reports here ("No-trespassing law doesn't apply to vote," 10/30/04) that the famous no-trespass policy of the Richmond Development and Housing Authority, which has been to the U.S. Supreme Court and back, does not apply to anyone who comes to vote on Election Day. The article notes that "almost 2,000 people have been barred from entering any of the RRHA's public housing communities."

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