Isabela Weiss reports:
In Lewisburg, residents say their local officials violated their right to privacy through their complicated Social Gathering Ordinance.
The ordinance requires residents to file five business days in advance for a permit to hold gatherings with 25 or more people if alcohol is served.
Residents reached out to the Pennsylvania American Civil Liberties Union for legal representation in June. The ACLU-PA found the current ordinance – and an alternative ordinance that the Borough Council abandoned in Oct., – unconstitutional.
Read more at WVIA.
h/t, Joe Cadillic