Picketing

Some articles on picketing:

Mike Friend - State Legislature
... In 2006, Nebraska lawmakers passed a bill sponsored by Friend that restricts picketing and protesting at funerals ... The law was designed to prohibit picketing a funeral within 300 feet of a cemetery, mortuary or church between one hour before and two hours following an event ... was a select group of protesters that have made a habit of picketing military funerals, as a form of protest against the United States ...
Lisa Mc Pherson Trust - Controversy - Picketing
... To enforce this ruling, Clearwater city painted two white lines across Watterson Avenue, stating that whilst Scientologists were loading or unloading buses in the area, the trust staff and members could not enter it. ...
Picketing (protest)
... Picketing is a form of protest in which people (called picketers) congregate outside a place of work or location where an event is taking place ... Picketing is a common tactic used by trade unions during strikes, who will try to prevent dissident members of the union, members of other unions and non-unionised workers from working ...
Barbara Gittings - Activism in The 1950s and 1960s - Protests
... like me.'" Leaflets were distributed to passersby that described their reasons for picketing, surprising some recipients who were unaware gays and lesbians could be fired so ... Picketing was not a popular tactic at the time ... to most gay people." The evening prior to the group's picketing the State Department, Secretary of State Dean Rusk announced the pickets at a press conference ...
Cox V. Louisiana - Court's Decision
... Labor unions use picketing as a common tactic, so any case concerning public assembly is of great interest to labor groups ... note of the obstruction charge as bad for labor picketing in their opinions, and even stated that the threat to labor picketing was their main reasoning for the decision ... Of the three convictions of Cox, (breach of peace, picketing near the courthouse, and obstruction of a public passageway), the justices all agreed that the breach of peace ...