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First Amendment doesn’t shield us from private infringements
By Gene Policinski Protections for religious liberty and free expression apply only when government actions are involved.   11.01.09

‘Free press’ doesn’t mean ‘free news’
By Gene Policinski Internet changed how traditional news media can support financially their ability to report news, keep watch on government.   10.18.09

Trying to define ‘journalist’ risks making free press less free
By Gene Policinski Proposals to shield journalists from having to disclose confidential sources appear to give short shrift to bloggers, others.   10.04.09

Americans still turn to traditional news media first
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

Military efforts to control press could make truth a casualty
By Gene Policinski Now-canceled program that some said rated reporters covering Afghanistan war sent wrong message about press freedom.   09.06.09

A rapper, a blogger and ‘true threats’
By Gene Policinski When does saying someone deserves to be killed cross the First Amendment line between harsh speech and actual threat?   08.23.09

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