Open for Business, but Banned From Advertising

Can the government require you to get a license merely to advertise a service that anyone can lawfully perform without a license? Strange as it sounds, that's the question at the heart of a First Amendment challenge to an Ohio law that may be on its way to a rare en banc rehearing before the Sixth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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