Republican Congressman from Ohio Steve Chabot doesn't know jack about the Constitution. Last week - the Congressman - fearing that tough questions asked of him may end up on YouTube - banned constituents from having cameras at his town hall meeting - even employing the police to confiscate recording devices from attendees. Now - the first circuit U.S Court of Appeals has ruled that citizens have a right to film government officials conducting official business.
The court's opinion reads, "Gathering information about government officials in a form that can readily be disseminated to others serves a cardinal First Amendment interest in protecting and promoting "the free discussion of governmental affairs...Freedom of expression has particular significance with respect to government."
Yet another case of Republicans having no understanding whatsoever of the United States constitution.
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