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By David L. Hudson Jr.
First Amendment Center research attorney
A common First Amendment commercial-speech dispute occurs when the government prohibits an advertiser from publishing or disseminating certain information. FULL STORY>  
 
Company to ditch anti-nuke billboard at airline's request
'It's disturbing that a private tenant (Northwest Airlines) in a public, taxpayer funded building can dictate' what ads can be displayed, says Union of Concerned Scientists media director. 08.20.08
 
Fight over beer-cap censorship fizzles when feds back down
Dispute had been brewing since last winter when agency rejected 'Try Legal Weed' as message on bottle caps. 08.09.08


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