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April 24, 2010
By Rodney Smolla
Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States declares that "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech."
Fla. law against civilians wearing military uniforms ruled too broad
By David L. Hudson Jr.
State appeals court finds 'statute has the potential to criminalize wholly innocent conduct, and is not narrowly tailored to address its goal.'
High court won't hear challenge to funding of N.C. judicial races
4th Circuit had upheld state's system of voluntary public financing, which has been a model for other states.
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