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By Lee Levine
Lawyer, Levine Sullivan & Koch
In the United States, the government may not prevent the publication of a newspaper, even when there is reason to believe that it is about to reveal information that will endanger our national security. FULL STORY>

2 charged in slaying of Calif. editor plead not guilty
Meanwhile, judge orders release of hundreds of pages of previously sealed grand jury testimony and lifts gag order. 07.31.09
Fla. judge lifts gag order in middle school sexual-assault case
Emmett Battles had ordered story removed from Web site after prosecutors and defense attorneys argued that details shouldn't have been in court file and shouldn't be public. 08.03.09

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