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  Obama's First Amendment record shows varied views (analysis)
  By Courtney Holliday Democratic candidate advocates strongly for open government; has led efforts against lobbying, attacked indecency.     08.09.07
  2nd Circuit: School can punish student for off-campus Web activity (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Three-judge panel backs middle school's suspension of student who used home computer to send friends instant message about killing his English teacher.     08.07.07
  Waging peace in the name of religion (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes International coalition focuses on shared struggle against common enemies of humankind — and harnesses that energy for common action.     08.05.07
  Saluting Seigenthaler, First Amendment champion (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski At 80, First Amendment Center founder John Seigenthaler keeps working to uphold and defend the amendment that keeps us free.     07.29.07
  School prayer in San Diego: New twist in old debate (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Administrators meant well, but their solution to accommodating Muslim prayer during school hours is the wrong way to do the right thing.     07.22.07
  Lower court takes narrow view of 'Bong Hits' ruling (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee In case involving student ridiculing principal on MySpace, district judge refuses to read high court's decision in Morse v. Frederick as expanding deference due school officials.     07.18.07
  Rhetoric aside, most First Amendment claimants lose (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Beyond the scorekeeping, however, 2006-07 term gives important insights into how Roberts, Alito view First Amendment.     07.16.07
  Reporters getting too close to sources risk losing public trust (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Constitutionally implied duties of free press take a hit when journalists get personally involved with newsmakers, as has happened recently.     07.15.07
  First Amendment issues peppered Edwards' Senate career (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro While First Amendment law was not major feature of Edwards' legal practice, as Senator, he took stands on several free-speech, religious-freedom issues.     07.11.07
  As NYC mayor, Giuliani chose order over free speech (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Presidential candidate earned dubious distinction in 1999: a 'lifetime Muzzle award,' given to spotlight his attacks on the First Amendment.     07.11.07
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