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In adopting this Article, the Board of Supervisors recognizes both the fundamental constitutional right to assemble peaceably and to demonstrate on matters of public concern, as well as the right to seek and obtain health care. This legislation promotes the full exercise of these rights and strikes an appropriate accommodation between them.
It is not the intention of the Board of Supervisors to interfere with the right to protest, including the right to protest conditions of employment. Rather it is the intention of the Board of Supervisors to impose reasonable time, place and manner restrictions on all protests, to protect the right to seek and obtain health care. This Article does not prohibit conduct by a party to a labor dispute in furtherance of labor or management objectives in that dispute.
(Added by Ord. 226-93, App. 7/16/93; amended by Ord. 230-14 , File No. 141002, App. 11/14/2014, Eff. 12/14/2014)