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The great Washington DC Segway tourism free speech battle

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Did you know that all Washington, DC-based tourism guides are required to be licensed by the city? They are, but that law is being challenged in free speech grounds. The owners of a company called Segs in the City – all of its tours are done on Segways – is suing the District over the law, arguing the city has no right to tell them who they can hire to lead tourists around the nation’s capitol...

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