Armed with pastel chalk, children in one Buda neighborhood colored their sidewalks last weekend with flowers, rainbows, hearts, back-to-school well-wishes — and one defiant message.
“Remember the First Amendment,” wrote one 12-year-old boy. He was addressing the Elm Grove homeowners association, which incurred the wrath of young families after indicating that children can draw on the sidewalks and driveways, but parents are expected to immediately wash the chalk away.
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