When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a First Amendment victory for citizens who attend public meetings to voice their displeasure at elected officials.
When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a First Amendment victory for citizens who attend public meetings to voice their displeasure at elected officials. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com
When one city government confiscated Fane Lozeman’s houseboat, he fought back all the way to the Supreme Court — and won, in a case that rewrote the interpretation of U.S. maritime law. Now he’s making history at the Supreme Court for a second time with a First Amendment victory for citizens who attend public meetings to voice their displeasure at elected officials. CARL JUSTE cjuste@miamiherald.com

South Florida activist is 2-0 at the Supreme Court after First Amendment victory

June 18, 2018 12:45 PM