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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>  
 
Video-game group tries to zap Chicago transit-agency rule
Lawsuit contends policy barring ads on trains and buses for 'mature' and 'adults only' games violates industry's free-speech rights. 07.25.09
 
Jackson Browne settles lawsuit over GOP's use of song
Deal includes apology from John McCain and Republican Party, pledge not to use any musicians' work without proper permission in future campaigns. 07.23.09
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