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  Libby’s legacy: The conservative case for a national shield law (commentary)
  By Michael Berry Prosecutors aren't just subpoenaing reporters in cases where national security might be compromised — they're going after reporters’ sources for stories on athletes’ steroid use and street protests.     01.18.08
 
  Martin Luther King Day reminds us of First Amendment values (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Civil rights movement enlisted all five freedoms in a quest for justice. Plus: Two new commentaries.     01.18.08
 
  Court backs N.Y. judicial-election system despite concerns (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro While agreeing that method of selecting judges is constitutional, some justices criticize state's practice.     01.17.08
 
  New e-book may 'kindle' fires of regulation — or of freedom (commentary)
  By Ronald K.L. Collins Because Jeff Bezos' invention uses continuous wireless connectivity, it could become target of regulators seeking to restrict transmission of objectionable books over 'public airwaves.'     01.15.08
 
  'Millionaire' case: new look at campaign finance (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Appellant argues that allowing opponents of self-financed candidates to receive larger campaign contributions encourages corruption.     01.14.08
 
  Car talk: The hour may be late for the vanity PL8 (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Some states growing impatient with navigating pitfalls involving personalized license plates.     01.13.08
 
  Danger signs for religious freedom in 2008 (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes A presidential campaign overlarded with religion menaces religious freedom; so does Islamophobia.     01.06.08
 
  Look for ’08 to be year of broadcast-regulation battles (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Looming showdown likely will redefine what government can regulate regarding what we see and hear, not just on television but also in new media.     12.30.07
 
  Author's loss in N.Y. court isn't First Amendment defeat (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Complicated case that arose after Saudi businessman won libel judgment in England was in the end about civil procedure.     12.27.07
 
  In 1657, a small group stood up for religious freedom — for others (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Signers of the Flushing Remonstrance, in trying to protect Quakers from persecution, set a standard for all of us — and paid a price.     12.23.07
 
 
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