Snoqualmie man files free speech suit against Issaquah

SnoValley Star: The free-speech zones set up by Issaquah are merely circumventing the First Amendment, said Nate Kellum, one of the attorneys with the Alliance Defense Fund representing Ascherl . . . “Ascherl’s literature distribution was far less prone to create congestion than these other activities.” The city’s expression areas don’t allow for real freedom of expression, Kellum said. “What is free speech if no one can hear it?” he asked.