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  Trying to define ‘journalist’ risks making free press less free (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Proposals to shield journalists from having to disclose confidential sources appear to give short shrift to bloggers, others.     10.04.09
 
  Court to hear case on material support for terrorists (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Humanitarian groups argue law preventing them from providing lawful, nonviolent training is too vague.     10.01.09
 
  4th Circuit affirms protection for repulsive speech (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee In troubling funeral-protest case, family’s pain cannot trump hysterical Westboro Baptist Church protester's First Amendment freedoms.     09.30.09
 
  Provocative docket raises hackles over animals, religion (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Justices also will hear cases involving campaign finance, bankruptcy-lawyer speech.     09.29.09
 
  In the culture wars, who speaks for God? (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes New survey of conservative and liberal religious activists probes values, attitudes on both sides.     09.27.09
 
  Americans still turn to traditional news media first (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Even as new media draw spotlight, 2009 State of the First Amendment survey shows most of us rely on TV, radio, newspapers for information during major news events.     09.17.09
 
  Bashing Islam: a dangerous sign of the times (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes 'Islam is of the Devil' T-shirts in Florida schools work against what we really need, which is reconciliation.     09.13.09
 
  Majority skeptical of corporate-speech restrictions (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro Government almost seems resigned to defeat in key high court case involving campaign finance.     09.10.09
 
  School employee’s retaliation claim survives Garcetti (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Federal judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit, saying social worker's contacts with police, newspaper were not official job-duty speech.     09.07.09
 
  Military efforts to control press could make truth a casualty (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Now-canceled program that some said rated reporters covering Afghanistan war sent wrong message about press freedom.     09.06.09
 
 
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