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California assemblyman takes aim at entertainment industry
Measure could 'chill free expression throughout the entertainment industry,' says free-speech expert Robert O'Neil.   04.19.00

Federal appeals panel reinstates prison hearing officer's retaliation claim
'The Supreme Court has clearly established that racial discrimination is inherently a matter of public concern,' writes Judge Damon Keith.   04.18.00

Lawyer prevails in dispute with Florida Bar over Yellow Page ad
By David L. Hudson Jr. Orlando attorney Steven Mason says he feels 'vindicated' by federal appeals panel's ruling.   04.14.00

Bush campaign, Clinton administration receive Jefferson 'Muzzles' as year's top censors
Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression announces ninth class of recipients of annual censorship honors.   04.13.00

Former inmate's petition claim gets go-ahead from federal appeals court
Plaintiff has First Amendment right to petition the government for public benefits, judges rule.   04.11.00

Panelists say Kentucky yearbook case represents grave threat to college journalists
Kincaid v. Gibson is 'the single most dangerous threat to college press freedom and would rewrite history for student journalists,' says Ken Paulson.   04.10.00

Folk legend Tom Paxton fights injustice through song
Singer-songwriter says he always finds political, social injustices to write about.   04.06.00

Federal appeals panel rules encryption source code is protected speech
'This is a great day for … all Americans who believe that privacy and intellectual freedom should be free from government control,' says legal director of Ohio ACLU.   04.05.00

High court refuses to hear 5 cases challenging nude-dancing regulations
Court's inaction disappointing but not surprising in light of City of Erie v. Pap's A.M. decision, says First Amendment attorney.   04.04.00

Federal court reinstates former jail employees' civil rights claim
Judges find that plaintiffs established sufficient evidence to show custom of retaliation against officers who break code of silence regarding inmate mistreatment.   04.03.00



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