Rapid City Council To Vote On Changing Public Behavior Law

Scott Swier
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Rapid City officials have proposed changing a local law that regulates public behavior and safety after the city attorney said it violates the constitutional right to free speech.

Ordinance violations include aggressive panhandling, asking for money after dark and near ATMs, at building entrances and other locations.

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