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Church can't distribute copyrighted book, federal appeals panel rules
Asking permission to copy and disseminate another's work may be an 'inconvenience,' but is not a 'substantial burden on the exercise of religion,' judges say.   09.27.00

Federal appeals panel upholds Chicago park permit rules
Pro-marijuana group had argued that regulations violated the First Amendment.   09.20.00

Federal appeals panel upholds Tennessee voter-registration law
Plaintiff had contended that requiring disclosure of Social Security number forced him to violate his religious beliefs.   09.19.00

Former professor’s retaliation claim rejected by federal appeals panel
Judges base ruling on jury finding that defendants would have fired professor even if he had not criticized his superior.   09.15.00

Students can wear logos protesting school dress code, says federal judge
Court finds that Wilson County, Tenn., students' protest 'embodies exactly the kind of speech that is entitled to First Amendment protection.'   09.14.00

Federal appeals panel: School district's bulletin boards not free-speech zones
Judges rule California teacher doesn't have First Amendment right to post messages criticizing district policies.   09.13.00

Ex-prison guard's retaliation suit gets green light from federal appeals panel
Court says Arkansas corrections officials can be held liable for alleged First Amendment violations.   09.08.00

Indianapolis panhandling ordinance found constitutional
Federal appeals panel says city has 'legitimate interest in promoting the safety and convenience of its citizens on public streets.'   09.06.00

Media have no 'legitimate interest' in confidential juvenile records, says Tennessee official
First Amendment grants press no greater rights to information than anyone else, says Tennessee attorney general.   08.30.00

Animal activist loses retaliation suit before federal appeals panel
Panel majority finds that activist failed to show enough evidence that she was retaliated against for her critical speech.   08.29.00



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