Appeals Court Upholds Anti-Partying Policy

January 6, 2011

A federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld Narragansett, Rhode Island's controversial policy of placing orange stickers on the front doors of houses deemed a nuisance by the police -- generally houses of University of Rhode Island students, many of whom have criticized the public sanction, The Providence Journal reported. The appeals court said that no civil liberties issues were raised by the stickers.

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