Just because it’s free doesn’t mean it’s trash, the Georgia Supreme Courtruled Monday in a case that lets publishers keep tossing shopper guideson Georgia lawns.

In a 6-1 opinion, the court found the city of Sylvania violated federaland state free-rights when it banned distribution of free publicationsin people’s yards. Public officials there claimed free newspapers causedblight on Sylvania, which calls itself the Azalea and Dogwood City.

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