First Amendment topicsAbout the First Amendment
Gene Policinski collection page

Total of 64 documents available. Page 5 of 7

Look for ’08 to be year of broadcast-regulation battles
By Gene Policinski Looming showdown likely will redefine what government can regulate regarding what we see and hear, not just on television but also in new media.   12.30.07

On its birthday and every day, First Amendment matters
By Gene Policinski If any one element of the First Amendment is likely to dominate public attention in 2008, it’s the first 16 words.   12.15.07

We saw it then, we see it now: how free press can protect us
By Gene Policinski Two cases — spanning more than 50 years — illustrate news media’s important role as government watchdog.   12.02.07

Parade sponsors may refuse marchers with opposing views
By Gene Policinski Sorting out who gets to assemble with whom depends a lot on who is assembling and whether gathering is public, according to the courts.   11.18.07

Government meddling with press crosses the line
By Gene Policinski Compelling a TV journalist to produce a public-service report as punishment for breaching a court order disregards the First Amendment.   11.04.07

Panel illuminates post-9/11 threats to press freedom
By Gene Policinski American University broadcast program offers good insights into government efforts to block news about some national-security topics.   10.30.07

Result page: < Prev.   1    2    3    4    5    6    7    Next >  

print this   Print
About this site
About the First Amendment
About the First Amendment Center
First Amendment programs
State of the First Amendment

First Reports
Supreme Court
First Amendment publications
First Amendment Center history
Freedom Sings™
First Amendment

Congressional Research Service reports
Guest editorials
FOI material
The First Amendment

Lesson plans
Contact us
Privacy statement
Related links