The Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear the case of Michael Kleinman, who was ordered by the city of San Marcos to remove a decorated 1988 Oldsmobile in front of his Planet K store. Kleinman fought the order on first amendment free-speech grounds and lost; judge Edith Jones ruled that while the first amemdment “unquestionably shielded” great works of art, like Jackson Pollocks, painted junked cars are fair game.
also by Bill Davenport
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