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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>  
 
3rd Circuit: Son can sue NFL Films over use of 'voice of God'
Judges reject league's free-expression argument, say 22-minute program using John Facenda's voice was akin to infomercial for video game. 09.15.08
 
FTC warns against bogus cancer cures
One herb company's attorney argues that agency's campaign against product claims amounts to government censorship. 09.21.08


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