New Orleans Book Vendors Win Temporary Restraining Order

As discussed here last week, a local Louisiana ordinance has prevented Josh Wexler and Anne Jordan Blanton, two recent college graduates, from getting a permit to sell used books and blank journals on the streets of New Orleans. On Tuesday, a New Orleans judge issued a temporary restraining order, thus allowing the pair to sell books until April 30, when the court will hear a lawsuit filed by the pro-bono Institute for Justice on behalf of the couple.

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Institute for Justice helped Wexler and Blanton with their case. They have info about the case at their website.

View the decision here.