In an opinion that makes union signs and symbols a subject of First Amendment ferment, a New Jersey state appeals court has ruled that a town can allow large inflatable balloons at store grand openings but ban them at union demonstrations.

An Appellate Division panel on Thursday upheld the constitutionality of an ordinance that makes grand openings the only exception to a no-balloon rule designed to foster aesthetics and safety.

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