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Is Ill. campus-press law too good to be true?
By Douglas Lee As hard as it might be to believe, there appears to be no catch, just a sincere desire to protect college media from overzealous campus administrators.   09.19.07

Recent FOI victories: Judges reject baseless secrecy
By Douglas Lee In several states, government efforts to withhold public information have failed.   08.28.07

Lower court takes narrow view of 'Bong Hits' ruling
By Douglas Lee In case involving student ridiculing principal on MySpace, district judge refuses to read high court's decision in Morse v. Frederick as expanding deference due school officials.   07.18.07

2 courts apply same experience-and-logic test, get different results
By Douglas Lee In recent cases, one court recognizes First Amendment right of access to jurors’ names, another does not.   06.08.07

'Free writing' assignment shows just how un-free schools can be
By Douglas Lee Nothing in Illinois student's essay or his past suggests serious expression of intent to harm.    04.30.07



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