From The Dayton Daily News

A federal appeals court in Cincinnati ruled Monday that two Christians had their free speech rights violated and should have been allowed to display signs and distribute leaflets promoting their religious beliefs at the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival in 2009.

The U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals three-judge panel ruled unanimously that a festival policy against solicitation from individuals who were not working at a booth was too extensive, unconstitutional and violated the First Amendment. The panel reversed an earlier decision by U.S. District Judge Thomas M. Rose from the Southern District of Ohio.

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