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Indecency regulation: beyond broadcast?
By David L. Hudson Jr. Currently FCC can't restrict indecent content on cable or satellite services — but some would like to change that.   12.05.07

Federal judge: State can prohibit profanity on public highways
By David L. Hudson Jr. Man who cursed at North Carolina police officers had argued that law was overbroad.   11.20.07

Ruling: Woman's topless protest not protected by First Amendment
By David L. Hudson Jr. Ohio appeals court upholds Lorien Bourne's disorderly conduct conviction, saying females don't have constitutional right to display their breasts in public.   11.02.07

Justice Thomas and prisoners’ freedom of expression
By David L. Hudson Jr. Reasoning in several opinions renders First Amendment essentially a nullity for inmates challenging restrictions on expression.   10.08.07

Reflections by an academic-freedom pioneer
By David L. Hudson Jr. Forty years ago Harry Keyishian was lead plaintiff in Supreme Court case that established academic freedom as protected value.   09.26.07

Inmate presents compelling claim for high court review
By David L. Hudson Jr. Joseph Koutnik's challenge to prison's outgoing-mail policy would give Supreme Court opportunity to clear up disparity in lower courts.   08.17.07



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