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After struggle, 7th Circuit upholds Indiana campaign-ad law
Because Supreme Court's McConnell ruling conflicts with McIntyre, it likely will take another high court decision to settle fate of anonymous campaign expression.   03.30.04

Tension between 1st, 6th Amendments reflected in Moot Court '04
Western New England College School of Law takes top honors in competition involving gag-order against juror, reporter.   03.01.04

African-American First Amendment heroes
By David L. Hudson Jr. In honor of Black History Month, a look at four major cases that bolstered First Amendment freedoms.   02.20.04

South Texas wins in 2003 First Amendment Moot Court
By David Hudson Victory in hypothetical case involving campaign finance is Houston law school's second in three years.   03.05.03

Villanova takes first place in First Amendment Moot Court Competition
Participants argued mock case pitting public college's right to disruption-free workplace against employee's free-speech, free-association rights.   02.25.02

The First Amendment: A Wartime Casualty?
Civil liberties advocates fear government's history of trampling citizens' rights during times of conflict is being repeated.   02.15.02

Cathy Cowan reflects on her high school journalism fight in Hazelwood case
By David L. Hudson Jr. The former Cathy Kuhlmeier still says today, 'Public school students don’t have enough First Amendment rights.'   12.27.01

George Maynard recalls license-plate ordeal, free-speech victory
By David L. Hudson Jr. Jehovah's Witness covered up New Hampshire's 'Live Free or Die' motto in 1974; case went to U.S. Supreme Court.   11.30.01

Gagging attorney speech: ensuring fair trials or prohibiting free speech?
Many First Amendment advocates characterize attorney gag orders as prior restraints on expression.   09.21.01

Supreme Court said no to prior restraints on press 25 years ago
By David L. Hudson Jr. Attorney who argued Nebraska Press Association v. Stuart, other participants discuss its landmark ‘virtual ban on prior restraint against the press.’   08.28.01



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