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By Bill Kenworthy
Legal researcher
Works of art displayed in public settings under public auspices may draw more than critical notice — they may run into censorship. FULL STORY>  
 
Flaming Lips frontman sounds off on Okla. controversy
Wayne Coyne says lawmakers who tried to keep 'Do You Realize??' from becoming state's official rock song represent minority of 'small-minded religious wackos.' 04.27.09
 
Utah governor vetoes bill restricting video-game advertising
Jon Huntsman said measure would have led to stores deciding not to label any video games rather than risk running up against the law. 03.26.09
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