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New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority has put the brakes on all political advertising on its subways, buses and trains. The ban has sparked an intense debate. Among those outraged by it was board member Allen Cappelli. He accused the agency of violating New Yorkers’ First Amendment rights. Ali Velshi asks him where free speech ends and where public safety starts.