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By Rodney Smolla
Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States declares that "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech."
6th Circuit supports Tenn. school's Confederate flag ban
Panel points to race-related incidents in ruling that school officials could bar symbol because they could 'reasonably forecast' that it would cause disruption.
Inmate’s scribble on cell wall ruled a true threat
By David L. Hudson Jr.
Wisconsin appeals court unswayed by argument that penciled words constituted 'hyperbolic emotional outburst.'
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