"Where a regulation restricts time, place or manner of speech, feasibility of regulation is not enough; regulation must also satisfy First Amendment requirement that it be narrowly tailored."
White House Vigil 746 F.2d 1518
1. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW §90(3)
PERRY EDUCATION ASSN., Appellant v. PERRY LOCAL EDUCATORS' ASSN., et al.
"The state may also enforce regulations of the time, place, and manner of expression which are content-neutral, are narrowly tailored to serve a significant government interest, and leave open ample alternative channels of communication." Grayned v. City of Rockford, supra, 408 U.S., at 115, 92 S.Ct., at 2302;