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First Amendment rulings awaited
By Ronald K.L. Collins Ten free-expression cases, including 'Bong Hits,' and one religion case are still to be decided this term and next.   05.16.07

Foreword: Protecting our children and our freedom
By Ronald K.L. Collins Introducing an online symposium on the FCC's report to Congress about regulating violence on television.   05.09.07

Batch of new First Amendment books coming soon
By Ronald K.L. Collins 'Must reads' include works by Geoffrey Stone, Christopher Finan, Kenneth Ackerman.   04.23.07

It's time to let public tune in the voices of the Supreme Court
By Ronald K.L. Collins Justices have slowly moved toward more-open proceedings; airing oral arguments on radio would be good next step.   03.15.07

Trial of 'Angelheaded Hipsters'
By Ronald K.L. Collins & David M. Skover Review of Howl on Trial, which recounts the story of a literary run-in with the law that led to a notable obscenity ruling.   11.28.06

AIPAC, Espionage Act & First Amendment
By Ron Collins Though ruling two lobbyists can be prosecuted for leaking national-security info, judge also says Congress should review 1917 law.   09.04.06

Famed First Amendment scholar Leonard W. Levy dies
By Ronald K.L. Collins Levy's works were debated by Supreme Court justices; one historian called Legacy of Suppression one of the 'indispensable contributions to the history of American freedom.'   08.30.06



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