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  Tenn. woman gets go-ahead to sue boss over firing (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. 6th Circuit panel finds merit in Karen Cameron's intimate-association claim that she was fired for marrying political foe.     05.08.08
  Teachers’ private postings may make waves in school (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Freedom to express ourselves doesn't necessarily mean there won't be consequences.     05.04.08
  Turner v. Safley: high drama, enduring precedent (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. More than 20 years after Supreme Court's decision, Safley still governs as leading standard for assessing inmate free-expression claims.     05.01.08
  About that word ‘abridging’ in the First Amendment … (commentary)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins Where did the Founders come up with that word, and why?     05.01.08
  Polygamy showdown: balancing child welfare, religious freedom (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Religious freedom ends where child abuse begins, but Texas officials face tricky task in determining whether abuse occurred; outcome could create new grounds for government intervention in religious groups.     04.27.08
  Court grills both sides in 'millionaire' case (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Justices' tough questions remind spectators that this is different high court from one that upheld campaign-finance law in 2003.     04.23.08
  Hazelwood still extends far beyond student press (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. 6th Circuit ruling reminds us 1988 high court decision is oft-invoked to restrict many kinds of student speech.     04.21.08
  Diverse newsrooms contribute to public trust of press (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski First Amendment doesn't mandate diversity, but having journalists from different backgrounds, communities improves coverage and public’s sense of why press freedom matters.     04.20.08
  3rd Circuit upholds damages for fired public employee (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Post-Garcetti ruling in retaliation case could prove to be valuable precedent for other government workers.     04.19.08
  What’s wrong with this (religious) picture? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Too many schools, like Tomah High in Wisconsin, don't understand that students have the right to express religious views in fulfilling class assignments.     04.13.08
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