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  9th Circuit reinstates former school worker's retaliation claim (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Split in federal appeals courts over how to interpret Garcetti may prompt high court to re-examine public-employee speech.     11.05.08
  Justices question doctrines at heart of union-fees case (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Viewpoint discrimination, public forum come under questioning at high court in Ysursa case concerning political use of payroll deductions in Idaho.     11.04.08
  FCC v. Fox draws intense interest (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Administrative-law case expected to veer quickly into free-speech realm; see excerpts of briefs.     11.03.08
  States differ on what voters can wear to the polls (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Does campaign-related gear worn by voters threaten fair elections?     10.31.08
  'The Donald' inadvertently bolsters shield laws (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Though Trump likely never intended to ensure that New York, New Jersey are safe for confidential sources, lawsuit against author has done just that.     10.31.08
  Without character, freedom fails (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes If we don't act now to strengthen the character of our young people, we won't be prepared for future challenges.     10.26.08
  Obama money dooms current public-finance system (analysis)
  AP analysis: When Democratic candidate reneged on pledge to accept public financing, he destined current system to the trash heap.     10.21.08
  Despite flaws, our elections are a festival of free speech (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski In how many other countries do those in power not interfere with those seeking the presidency?     10.19.08
  How would Jesus vote? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes As pastors challenge IRS rule against political endorsements from the pulpit, it may be that whether a sermon is too political should be decided by worshipers, not Washington.     10.12.08
  Skepticism greets non-union fees case (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Several justices seem unimpressed by non-union members' First Amendment claim in Locke v. Karass.     10.07.08
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