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Association chairman Dr Khurshid Ahmed said: "As the council is exercising a right to protect its interests, we have to exercise the right to protect ours.
Cox: 'States have constitutional right to protect consumers'
The prosecutor was willing to level serious charges against Schalk for what he deemed egregious behavior even though he had previously acknowledged Schalk's right to protect his property.
``I would say that parents have a right to protect their children,'' Antonovich said.
And for those who choose to be sexually active, it means having the right to protect themselves against the risk of pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
For you, this topic ties together the issues of artistic free speech versus society's right to protect its children, of whether speech that promotes hatred and violence is protected by the First Amendment, and of whether politicians are attacking pop culture because it constitutes a real threat or because it's an easy political target.
People have a right to protect their private property, but at the same time, they're inviting outsiders to come in, armed," says Dominican Brother Pasquale Manalio-Passarelli of Most Holy Redeemer Parish in Phoenix.
I have a right to protect myself," the black Democrat told the Chicago Sun-Times.