Martha Burk just wanted to get women admitted to the Augusta National Golf Club, but her suit could also affect the G8 summit scheduled for June at Georgia's Sea Island, now that the 11th Circuit has struck down as unconstitutional a local ordinance on public demonstrations. That decision could open the door for a protest at next year's Masters Tournament's front gate, and some say the ruling will be felt far beyond the golf world.
Martha Burk Wins Augusta Speech Challenge
April 16, 2004
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