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A federal judge refused to dismiss a claim that New Orleans is trying to enforce “an unconstitutional content-based regulation and prior restraint of speech” regarding a mural on one man's property featuring “two vulgar words used by [Donald] Trump” on an “Access Hollywood” tape.

NEW ORLEANS — A federal judge refused to dismiss a claim that New Orleans is trying to enforce “an unconstitutional content-based regulation and prior restraint of speech” regarding a mural on one man's property featuring “two vulgar words used by [Donald] Trump” on an “Access Hollywood” tape.

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