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Federal judge halts enforcement of San Francisco news rack ordinance
Court rejects most constitutional challenges but grants injunction because of lack of 'procedural safeguards' in ordinance.   06.30.99

Supreme Court won't hear challenge to N.J. limits on adult business signs
State high court had ruled that law 'directly advances the government's interests in limiting negative secondary effects.'   06.29.99

High court refuses to hear case on prisoner access to porn
Appeals court had upheld law barring Federal Bureau of Prisons from distributing sexually explicit publications to inmates.   06.28.99

Teacher honored for free-speech commitment sounds off on censorship
'Our children should be free to read, write, think and express themselves,' says Florida educator.   06.25.99

Children's Internet Protection Act clears Senate Commerce Committee
Bill 'still disregards local decision-making processes and places librarians in the precarious position of enforcer,' says American Library Association.   06.24.99

Federal appeals court rules athletic association is private — not state — actor
We therefore have no need to reach the merits of Brentwood's claims under the First Amendment, writes 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.   06.23.99

Appeals court revives suit over public access cable-channel fees
Regulations like this one are not to be rubber-stamped, court rules.   06.21.99

Attorney laments high court's refusal to hear his free-speech case
Justices refuse to review Texas Supreme Court's decision that lawyer could be punished for sending letter to jurors criticizing their verdict.   06.11.99

Delaware House considers requiring uniforms for public school students
'The idea of regimenting people by uniforms is anti-democratic and authoritarian,' says attorney who has challenged student dress codes.   06.10.99

Scholar fears freedoms gained in landmark press case may be lost
'I hope we will still be discussing New York Times v. Sullivan on its 70th anniversary,' says Vanderbilt law professor Tom McCoy.   06.04.99



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