limited public forum

Definition of "limited public forum"
  1. A type of public space established deliberately by a government entity, designed for expressive tasks, which may have certain limitations imposed on its topic or type of speakers
How to use "limited public forum" in a sentence
  1. The town hall has been designated as a limited public forum, with restrictions on who can speak and what subjects can be addressed.
  2. The government established a limited public forum to hold public debates on specific policies, restricting speakers to those with specific expertise on the topic.
  3. During the local election season, the city council set up a limited public forum, limiting discussions to the political profiles of candidates.

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