The government can’t call speech "conduct," then require a license for it

July 24, 2015 | By ANASTASIA BODEN

If the First Amendment means anything, it means the right to speak freely without asking for permission first. Yet in Nebraska, you have to get a government license before advertising.  PLF client Leslie Young helps people to sell their homes without the help of a real estate broker.  She acts as an advertising agent, posting … ...