Toni Anne Wyner has been taking her clothes off in the name of art and free expression at MacArthur Beach in South Florida for more than 20 years.
But when the case that bears her name, Sole v. Wyner, is argued before the Supreme Court April 17, the First Amendment will probably not even get a mention.
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