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Civil rights effort drew on all 5 First Amendment freedoms
By Gene Policinski How assembly, religion, petition, press, speech all played crucial roles in march toward racial equality and justice.   02.07.10

Wanted: better coverage of Obama policies
By Gene Policinski New poll shows public unhappy with job press is doing as watchdog, especially on economy.   01.27.10

Blog: First Amendment doesn't shield too-hearty party
By Gene Policinski Federal judge says Rhode Island town ordinance against raucous parties doesn't violate rights to speech, association.   01.27.10

When you sign a petition, should your name be secret?
By Gene Policinski Case to be heard by Supreme Court pits values of personal privacy, public disclosure against each other.    01.24.10

Blog: When is a violent song just a song?
By Gene Policinski Three recent instances remind us that threats must be taken seriously, but protest must be protected.   01.17.10

Blog: Pew report on local news echoes our survey
By Gene Policinski Newspapers, their Web sites, broadcasting provide most local news.   01.13.10

New report seeks common ground on religion, public life
By Gene Policinski First Amendment Center contributed to joint statement produced by Wake Forest divinity school.   01.13.10

Blog: Google finally takes free-speech stand against China
By Gene Policinski Search-engine company 'no longer willing to continue censoring our results on'   01.13.10

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