FORT WAYNE, Ind. — A federal judge ruled that Citilink did not violate the constitutional rights of a local women’s health organization when they denied their ad, The Journal Gazette reports.
The lawsuit, filed in September 2014 on behalf of Fort Wayne Women’s Health Link, alleged that Citilink engaged in viewpoint discrimination by denying its request to place ads on its buses. Women’s Health Link charged that in doing so, Citilink violated the organization’s free speech and due process rights under the First and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. For the full story, click here.