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By Rodney Smolla
Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States declares that "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech." FULL STORY>

Deputy learns Mom was wrong, words can hurt you
By David L. Hudson Jr. 7th Circuit agrees Wisconsin sheriff's retaliation against Michael Schuh may have been 'childish,' but it was legal. 07.30.09
Senate panel OKs expanded whistleblower protections
White House calls vote by Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee 'a bipartisan breakthrough for whistleblower rights.' 07.30.09

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