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(a) A person or group of persons must not picket in front of or adjacent to any private residence.
(b) This Section does not prohibit:
(1) a person or group of persons from marching in a residential area without stopping at any particular private residence; or
(2) picketing at a particular private residence:
(A) when that residence is also used for the occupant’s sole place of business; or
(B) during a public meeting.
(c) As used in this Section:
(1)"Picket" or "picketing" means to post a person or persons at a particular place to convey a message.
(2) A "public meeting" is a gathering:
(A) announced in advance to the public or a portion of the public;
(B) held to discuss a matter; and
(C) attended by at least 3 people who do not reside at the residence where the meeting is held.
(d) Section 32-17 applies to any violation of this Section. (1993 L.M.C., ch. 36, § 2.)