the right to lie in Cincinnati

The right to lie, yes it could be argued is lawful but is it right? This was a three year fight for the Clermont County based hate-group coast after Cincinnatians for Progress filed a complaint against them. The complaint came about after repeated tweets from from the group stating the streetcar was causing fire station brownouts. The city attorney at the time provided the group with all the documents needed to show the statements were false. But the Clermont county group was never one to let facts get in the way of their ideology.

The pertinent line in the ruling is; "...whether the state may force citizens to defend the “truth” of their political critiques before bureaucrats who may well have been appointed by the politicians being criticized"

Makes sense, but still the question is, it might be legal to lie but is it ethical?
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