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New Hampshire Violated Bigfoot’s Right to Free Speech

“Bigfoot” can roam Mount Monadnock with a camera in tow free of any permit because the National Natural Landmark is so well known it constitutes a “traditional public forum” where free speech is protected, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled.

The court threw out a state Department of Resource and Economic Development regulation requiring performance artist Jonathan Doyle of Keene to get a permit 30 days ahead of filming “Bigfoot” talking to hikers in Mount Monadnock State Park.

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