Seattle cracks down on renters, free speech, common sense – Solzhenitsyn’s Harvard Speech Beacon For Renewal

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Seattle cracks down on renters, stifles free speech and disregards common sense

FILE -- The Space Needle is seen on the skyline of tech hub Seattle, Washington.

June 8, 2018  By Ethan Blevins

The Seattle City Council seems to think the right to speak is a privilege it can grant or withhold at its pleasure. It has slapped a year-long ban on the use of certain housing websites that allow renters to place bids on advertised rental housing, while it reviews the sites.

Officials say they fear the sites might violate local housing laws or inflate housing costs, so the City Council wants to study the sites while forbidding their use in the meantime. While city leaders try to figure things out, landlords are barred from posting ads on the sites, and renters can’t even do a simple search for Seattle housing on the sites.

This is a clear restriction of speech protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Pacific Legal Foundation, representing a…

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One Response to Seattle cracks down on renters, free speech, common sense – Solzhenitsyn’s Harvard Speech Beacon For Renewal

  1. Seattle will regret this when they have an exodus from their City

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