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Thurmond bill would bar 'health' labels on alcoholic beverages
'There's absolutely no need for an outright ban on labels,' says Commercial Speech Digest editor.   03.05.99

Wyoming Legislature passes bill on computer-generated child porn
'We're heading down the wrong road when we give computer images the same weight as real children,' state senator says.   03.04.99

Georgia bill would impose taxes on works containing factual accounts of crime
Sponsor says crime-victim measure is a 'matter of money,' not the First Amendment and free speech.   03.03.99

Federal appeals court upholds Missouri law on search warrants in obscenity cases
Decision sets a 'dangerous precedent,' says attorney for business operating adult-novelties store.   03.02.99

Brooklyn Law School wins First Amendment Moot Court Competition
Student advocates were 'more prepared than most attorneys who argue before the 6th Circuit,' said Judge Gilbert S. Merritt.   03.01.99

Virginia legislature unanimously passes anti-spam bill
'It's a tremendous step forward and a strong precedent for the property rights of end users and Internet providers,' says co-founder of Coalition Against Unsolicited E-mail.   02.25.99

On 30-year anniversary, Tinker participants look back at landmark case
By David L. Hudson Jr. Attorney who argued case before U.S. Supreme Court says case probably would be decided differently today.   02.24.99

Virginia Senate passes anti-spam legislation
Sending unsolicited bulk e-mail with false or forged transmission information would constitute computer trespass under bill.   02.22.99

Two lawsuits challenge Alaska's English-only law
'Government will not be able to articulate a compelling — or even a legitimate — reason for having this law,' says Alaska Civil Liberties Union chief.   02.19.99

No porn for prisoners under Maryland proposal
'The bottom line is that this bill would allow local officials to remove constitutionally protected material from prisoners,' says First Amendment attorney.   02.17.99



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