Exasperated by the avalanche of First Amendment litigation involving the Giuliani Administration and the First Amendment rights of artists, protesters and parade groups, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals bypassed the issue yesterday.

The 2nd Circuit said the City’s arguments in a case involving the state’s public nudity law forced it to certify three questions to the New York Court of Appeals.

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