August 18th – Question

When may the government restrict your right to assemble? 

  1. Never. 
  2. When gatherings extend beyond a certain number. 
  3. When there is violence or the threat of violence. 
  4. When it infringes on the civil rights of another person. 
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Answer – 3.  As with other rights granted under the Constitution, the right of the people to “peaceably assemble” may be limited in some situations, including when gatherings threaten public safety and health. 

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