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Political activists challenge post office prohibition on signature-gathering
Plaintiffs contend regulation is unreasonable restriction on protected political speech.   06.09.00

Federal appeals panel reinstates former university employee's retaliation claim
Judicial majority finds that employee's free-speech interest in addressing affirmative- action issues trumps university's interest in smooth hiring process.   06.07.00

Divided federal appeals panel reinstates ex-jailer's First Amendment suit
Judges determine in a North Carolina case that particular political affiliation not prerequisite for job of jailer.   06.07.00

Federal appeals panel throws out jury verdict in retaliation case
Judges determine that ex-leaders of Gary, Ind., law department acted as supervisors rather than 'regulators of private speech.'   06.01.00

Federal appeals panel strikes down federal permit scheme for public parks
Law does not contain necessary procedural safeguards for prior restraints, judges rule.   05.31.00

'Watchdog' newspaper publisher says he'll take case to Supreme Court
Actions of city officials were 'not severe enough to chill a person … from continuing to publish unfavorable articles' about them, federal appeals panel ruled.   05.26.00

Federal appeals court upholds ban on certain corporate campaign contributions
Judges reject landfill operator's challenge to 'hard money' contributions, saying 'any reform in this area must be sought from Congress.'   05.25.00

Federal judge: Township didn't violate cabaret owners' free-expression rights
'A 1,000-foot distance restriction between adult cabarets and locations frequented by children is not patently unreasonable,' court finds.   05.24.00

Federal appeals panel rejects retaliation claim of Florida woman
Judges find that state worker testified more as an employee than as a citizen at supervisor's grievance hearings.   05.23.00

Federal appeals panel rejects Time Warner's challenge to 1992 cable-TV law
Judges find law wasn't designed to suppress cable operators' speech but to promote diversity, competition in the cable medium.   05.22.00



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