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  When we choose a president, should religion matter? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Though there can be no official religious test for office, voters are free to administer their own religious tests — which is exactly what many are doing in this election.     03.30.08
 
  Closed-door government lacks key ingredient: us (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski When public records are involved, we must remember they aren’t open merely to satisfy the curious.     03.23.08
 
  Majority: Give Wash. 'top 2' primaries a chance to work (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Justice Thomas suggests that if problems arise once system begins, an 'as-applied' challenge can be launched.     03.19.08
 
  Justices to examine 'fleeting' expletives (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Court agrees to review latest version of 30-year-old FCC rules against backdrop of vastly different media landscape.     03.18.08
 
  School Bible battle ends, First Amendment wins (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes By dropping curriculum that favors one faith in teaching about the Bible, Texas public school now has chance to teach elective that is academic, not devotional.     03.16.08
 
  Rhubarb resumes over who owns sports info, images (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski In the struggle over rights to game information, photos and more, let's remember that it falls to a free press to report the good and the bad, without having to answer to owners or investors more interested in marketing than journalism.     03.09.08
 
  NBC ‘Predator’ lawsuit: journalism on trial (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Judge cites SPJ, RTNDA ethical standards in finding that jury should hear case involving TV news sting operation that ended in suicide.     03.04.08
 
  Religious diversity reshapes America, safeguards freedom (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Pew study of religious affiliation in the U.S. shows dramatic shifts that may explain anxiety among traditional Protestants.     03.02.08
 
  Percy Julian, First Amendment lawyer, dies (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Wisconsin attorney, called 'guru,' 'mentor' by colleagues, defended Vietnam protesters, protected prisoners' religious freedoms.     02.29.08
 
  1st Circuit agrees: Register to vote or keep quiet at town meetings (analysis)
  By Bill Kenworthy Miriam and Thomas Curnin had challenged Egremont, Mass., policy of barring unregistered residents from speaking.     02.29.08
 
 
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