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By David L. Hudson Jr.
First Amendment scholar
A common First Amendment commercial-speech dispute occurs when the government prohibits an advertiser from publishing or disseminating certain information. FULL STORY>  
 
Craigslist to crack down on prostitution ads
Company CEO says deal with law enforcement will allow legitimate escort services to continue advertising, while providing strong disincentive to those conducting illegal business. 11.08.08
 
Wis. appeals court: Group can run campaign ad
Lower court judge had barred Coalition for America's Families from airing ad accusing Assembly candidate of supporting free health care for illegal immigrants. 11.04.08


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