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  Wind farm creates tempest for tribes' religious liberty (analysis)
  By Robert M. Bernstein Proposed Nantucket Sound energy project would prevent practice of religious rituals, Native American nations say.     01.22.10
  Blog: Kennedy invokes prior restraint (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. In attacking FEC campaign-finance regulations, justice shows venerated First Amendment concept still carries force.     01.22.10
  Military speech restricted 30 years ago today (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Lawyer who represented Air Force captain before high court in Glines v. Brown recalls justices' asking about Julius Caesar and Beetle Bailey.     01.21.10
  Mass. high court offers cover for anonymous sources (commentary)
  By Douglas Lee Justices side with newspaper that invoked fair-report privilege to protect information attributed to confidential source.     01.20.10
  Good news for open trials (commentary)
  By Tony Mauro Justices rule that defendants have Sixth Amendment right to jury selection in public, just as press has First Amendment right to cover it.     01.20.10
  At issue: privacy vs. openness in ballot petitions (commentary)
  By Tony Mauro Court to hear whether First Amendment protection for anonymous speech, association is violated when state discloses petition signers' names.     01.19.10
  Blog: Shield law, PATRIOT Act on 111th agenda (commentary)
  By Gordon T. Belt And health-insurance reform debate prompts calls that negotiations be opened to public.     01.19.10
  Blog: When is a violent song just a song? (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Three recent instances remind us that threats must be taken seriously, but protest must be protected.     01.17.10
  Garcettized! '06 ruling still zapping speech (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Since Garcetti v. Ceballos, public employees wishing to speak out on public matters have had to think twice.     01.15.10
  Beyond the shouting, what the law really says about religion (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes If we're going to fight over religion in public life, we should at least get the facts straight.     01.14.10
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