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Connecticut school district tightens dress code policy
'Freedom of expression was more of a legitimate issue in the '70s and '80s,' says board president.   08.06.99

Tennessee official: 'Reasonable' dress codes don't violate First Amendment
But attorney who specializes in student dress code litigation says opinion is 'flatly wrong.'   08.05.99

Indianapolis City Council votes for new rules on news racks
'We are prepared to explore any legal means necessary to fight' the measure, says newspaper official.   08.04.99

N.J. high court says club's interior displays can be regulated as outdoor signs
'It was reasonable for defendant to expect that his transparencies would be subjected to the signage restrictions,' justices rule.   08.03.99

Adult bookstore loses First Amendment fight to remain open 24 hours a day
Time, place and manner restrictions are constitutional ways to control harmful secondary effects, federal appeals court rules.   08.02.99

Federal judge blocks enforcement of Michigan Internet censorship law
'This decision is a victory for free speech on the Internet,' says legal director for American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan.   07.30.99

Report says Net filter blocks protected material, fails to block porn
'More shocking than unfairly censored speech, however, is the sheer volume of accessible pornography,' says Censorware Project's study.   07.29.99

High court asked to determine constitutionality of nude-dancing restriction
Appeals court decision contrary to high court's basic First Amendment principles, say petitioners.   07.28.99

Jury's obscenity finding must be thrown out, says Wisconsin appeals court
Trial judge's instructions misstated obscenity law, may have misled jurors, according to higher court.   07.27.99

Free-speech experts describe Texas student-rights case as 'Tinker revisited'
Publisher of First Amendment newsletter goes further, saying, 'the political speech in this case is probably more compelling than in Tinker.'   07.23.99



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