T/F Tuesday Answer: FALSE! You may NOT be lawfully excluded from property open to the public through the use of trespass laws. The “First Amendment does not guarantee access to property simply because it is owned or controlled by the government,” but it does “protect[] a right of access to places traditionally open to the public.” Thus, you CANNOT be denied access to property open to the public, unless you are 1) obstructing normal operations or 2) interfering with others’ rights of normal use of the property. If you do that, you can be charged with Disturbing the Peace, etc., but you CANNOT be excluded from property open to the public “through the use of [] trespass laws.” US Supreme Court (1968 & 1981).