Tennessee “Anti-Protest" Bill Would Make Highway Obstruction A Felony

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Why does a protester have the right to restrict my freedom of movement?

I have no problem with blocking a public road being strongly discouraged by law and penalty, except for the fact it will likely not be enforced. Roadways are not pedestrian publishing thoroughfares. Our ability to enjoy freedom of movement on taxpayer-funded roadways is greater than anyone's protest topic mandate - whether I agree with the protest or not. Blocking roads is societal interference and intimidation. This legislation does not squash protest. It squashes protesters' ability to hold society hostage.

Jason Kibby 275 days ago

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