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  9th Circuit OKs Nev. district's dress code (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. ACLU attorney vows to take case to full court, says three-judge panel 'tried to eviscerate' Supreme Court's 1969 Tinker decision.     05.15.08
 
  5th Circuit reinstates Miss. jailers' job-retaliation lawsuit (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Decision could affect other cases involving when employee speech is made as part of official job duties, how such determinations are made.     05.14.08
 
  N.Y. protects authors against foreign libel judgments (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Libel Terrorism Protection Act removes incentive for foreign defamation claims to be brought against New York defendants.     05.12.08
 
  Debate over separation of mosque and state sparks death threats (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Minnesota charter school may go too far in accommodating Muslim religious practices, but it isn't a 'madrassah' as some have suggested.     05.11.08
 
  Will Roberts Court flip Burger precedents? (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Lemon, Central Hudson and Miller tests have survived for decades, but will they remain viable?     05.09.08
 
  What to make of 'make' in the First Amendment (commentary)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins Nowhere else in Constitution or amendments is government barred from making certain laws.     05.08.08
 
  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
 
 
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