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Are all bumper stickers equal under the law? In 59 Seconds

The answer is no. But the limitations to freedom of expression are few.

You may have followed this week’s news about the Fort Bend couple showing a decal on the back of their truck with a very, very specific message for president Donald Trump.  And, by now, you may also know about the freedom of expression controversy that has generated as a result.

Our Party Politics experts Brandon Rottinghaus and Jay Aiyer explain what is and what is not protected under the First Amendment when it comes to (sticky) public statements.