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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Tom Coumaris
"You are going to disconnect us from the people we deal with on a daily basis," said Tom Coumaris, who supports the current police boundaries that place his home in the 2nd District.
With major nightlife corridors such as U Street and Adams Morgan drawing police patrols in the 3rd District, Mr. Coumaris said, he found it difficult to get a quick police response when he lived in that district.