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Advertising & First Amendment
My friend gave me a Joe Camel sweatshirt. Is it illegal for me to wear it now?
Would it be legal for a telemarketer to call me at 1 a.m., waking me up, to sell me something?
Can creditors and telemarketers use profanity over the telephone?
Why should gambling ads be different from any other ads?
If the government has the greater power to ban gambling ads, why would there be any constitutional problem with restricting speech about gambling?
What are the main arguments advanced by those for and against billboards?
If the purpose of the ads producers are required to fund is sound economic regulation, then in pursuit of that goal can producers also be forced to make (or not make) certain statements?
Why does government regulation of news racks raise a First Amendment issue?
Are all attorney ads now protected?
Why shouldn't the FDA have unfettered ability to regulate the content of labels on health products?
Can I sue someone for sending me junk faxes?
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