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  Here’s hoping 45 words stand tall in hearts, minds (commentary)
  By Ron Collins Newseum brings First Amendment into focus for politicos, public.
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      Circuit courts address religion in workplace (analysis)
      By Josh Tatum Four appeals courts find in employers' favor in cases affecting how much employees' religious freedom can be accommodated on the job; a fifth case goes in employee's favor.     04.10.08
      If this is FOIA victory, what does defeat look like? (commentary)
      By Douglas Lee Despite federal judge's favorable ruling, citizen group still hasn't received some of the information it requested as long ago as 2004.     04.09.08
      FCC's puritanical actions should be reined in (commentary)
      By Ronald K.L. Collins Broadcast-regulation agency justifies censorship of indecency in the name of enforcing 'community standards,' but how those are determined is anyone’s guess.     04.08.08
      Banning liquor ads in college newspapers doesn’t work (commentary)
      By Gene Policinski Virginia judge's ruling notes prohibition restricted campus press freedom, put student publications at competitive disadvantage.     04.06.08
      Full 9th Circuit: Web site can be sued under fair-housing laws (analysis)
      By David L. Hudson Jr. Judges vote 8-3 to deny immunity under Communications Decency Act to     04.04.08
      Remembering Dr. King ... and the First Amendment (commentary)
      By Sam Chaltain Fortieth anniversary of civil rights leader's murder reminds us how much he accomplished with our primary tools of democracy — First Amendment freedoms.     04.03.08
      Public forums at heart of 2 cases (analysis)
      By Tony Mauro After backing Texas' commandments display, justices to consider Summum aphorisms for Utah park; other case involves unions’ political payroll deductions.     04.01.08
      9th Circuit finds Ten Commandments monument constitutional (analysis)
      By David L. Hudson Jr. Everett, Wash., display, donated in 1959, can stay on grounds of Old City Hall.     04.01.08
      Colo. court: State smoking ban applies — even on stage (analysis)
      By David L. Hudson Jr. Judges find indoor smoking ban is constitutional, content-neutral law not designed to suppress expression.     03.31.08
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