A local paper reports from a chronically underused "free speech zone" sectioned off in Bartow, Florida, where "nobody seems to have anything to say":
Commissioners approved a six-page policy detailing a rigorous selection process for groups that want to use the space.
Among other things, the county requires each group to have a $500,000 insurance policy to cover liability…
Some groups may have also been put off by another clause in the county's policy requiring that the content of each display undergo review by county officials. Displays cannot include any profanity or pornography, commercial speech or lights or sound effects, the policy says.
Whole thing here.