A five-year-old incident in which two Denver residents were bounced from a town hall meeting held by President George W. Bush because of the bumper sticker on their car has reached the U.S. Supreme Court’s door.

The American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday asked the justices to review an appellate court decision that found no First Amendment violation of the rights of Leslie Weise and Alex Young.

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