SJC says it’s OK to be ‘rude’ at public meetings 

Even calling someone a Hitler is protected speech, court says

SPEAKERS AT public meetings can feel free to channel their inner revolutionaries now that the state’s highest court has ruled that Massachusetts law protects the right to be “rude, personal, and disrespectful to public figures.” It’s part of our national heritage to be insolent when objecting to the workings of government, “as the colonists eventually(...)

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