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  Pharmacists get 2nd shot to make First Amendment argument (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Illinois high court orders judge to conduct hearing on pharmacists' objections to emergency-contraception rule.     12.24.08
  Ark. school district seeks high court review of armbands case (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Watson Chapel officials argue Tinker standard doesn't apply to protest over school uniforms.     12.23.08
  Even in December, a right for one remains a right for all (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes If the state opens up government space to one private group to proclaim its message, it can’t turn around and prohibit others.     12.21.08
  Federal court OKs confiscation of Pa. inmate's writings (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. If left unpunished, judge says, Wesley Harper's manuscript, other material criticizing prison staff could lead to breakdown in order inside facility.     12.19.08
  Advisers to unemployed can't have official bios with Bible verses (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. 6th Circuit rejects Michigan couple's claim that they had First Amendment right to include religious messages in biographies published by state agency.     12.17.08
  Critics slam Dallas developer's libel lawsuit (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro H. Walker Royall, who is involved in eminent-domain dispute, sues book author, publisher, book-jacket blurb writer and local reviewer.     12.15.08
  Court finds you can be fired for doing your duty (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. In another post-Garcetti ruling, judge agrees that police officer must report alleged misconduct but that speech isn't necessarily protected.     12.12.08
  This First Amendment anniversary finds press in sea change (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Free press faces challenge of preserving expert, sustained reporting on public issues as media world goes digital.     12.12.08
  Readers speak out on gay-marriage fight (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Each side of the California Proposition 8 debate thinks the other side got let off the hook.     12.07.08
  Calif. man has no religious-liberty right to sell pot (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. State appeals court finds Craig X. Rubin 'was prosecuted for selling and possessing marijuana for sale, not its religious use.'     12.05.08
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