There is conflict between the free speech rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and the right of shopping mall owners. Shopping malls are considered pseudo public spaces by California courts so many free speech tenets apply. Sean Southard discusses free speech legislation as it pertains to privately-owned shopping centers and the possibility that these rights could expand to include stand-alone retailers.
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