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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>  
 
White House to agencies: Avoid politics in awarding grants
Advisory comes after National Endowment for Arts official asks artists on conference call to coordinate with public service agency on ways to help bolster president's agenda. 09.23.09
 
Paris Hilton can sue over greeting card she finds not so 'hot'
9th Circuit sends reality star's privacy, publicity claims against Hallmark back to lower court. 09.02.09
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