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Judge extends delay in enforcement of Child Online Protection Act
New law puts 'adults engaged in serious, meaningful discussions online at risk of imprisonment,' says ACLU attorney.   12.04.98

Fan kicked out of Bengals stadium to step up criticism of general manager
Removal of spectator from publicly funded Cinergy Field 'raises serious free-speech concerns,' says constitutional law attorney.   12.04.98

Judge rejects Flynt defense team's challenge to Ohio obscenity law
Hustler publisher Larry Flynt will get his wish for a trial on obscenity charges next month, since a state judge on Nov. 30 rejected his attorneys' legal arguments that the Ohio obscenity law violates the First Amendment.   12.03.98

Appeals court affirms dismissal of adult-business patron's civil rights suit
A federal appeals court has rejected the appeal of a man who filed a civil rights lawsuit against the cities of Apopka and Orlando, Fla., after being stopped by law enforcement officials in his car shortly after leaving an adult business.   12.03.98

Military Honor and Decency Act challenged in federal court — again
'The prohibitions in the Act unconstitutionally discriminate against expression on the basis of content,' says lawsuit.   11.25.98

Decision in library filtering case: either a 'landmark' or a 'landmine'
Library board's policy was 'an unconstitutional solution in search of a problem,' says attorney for the People for the American Way.   11.25.98

Federal judge halts enforcement of Child Online Protection Act
'At least for now, speech on the Internet retains the strong constitutional protection that the Supreme Court said it deserved,' says cyber libertarian.   11.20.98

Federal judge rejects Florida Bar Association's survey evidence
By David L. Hudson Jr. 'When the bar passed these restrictions on attorney advertising, they never expected someone to challenge the rules,' says Orlando attorney.   11.19.98

Court hears challenge today of new Internet censorship law
Law suffers from the same 'constitutional flaws' as the indecency provisions of the Communications Decency Act, says ACLU and other plaintiffs.   11.19.98

Town changes policy, allows Confederate flags in cemetery
Town officials 'regained their First Amendment footing,' says free-speech expert.   11.18.98

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