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  Complaint about lead exposure isn't protected speech (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. 7th Circuit finds Illinois State Police officer failed to show that grievance about workplace conditions addressed a matter of public concern.     01.11.10
 
  Blog: Students lose with high court's denial (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Refusal to take Texas T-shirt case is blow to student expression.     01.11.10
 
  Drawing the ‘online’ line on free speech (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Some Web sites are deciding to delete public comments that get out of hand, applying a standard that one editor describes as 'No shoes, no shirt, no service.'     01.10.10
 
  'Lord Versatile' harnesses power of RLUIPA (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Judge says Virginia inmate can use federal law to challenge prison's refusal to recognize his group as religion.     01.07.10
 
  Unhappy New Year for religious liberty (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes Saudi Arabia, Iran, other repressive regimes lead effort to curtail freedom by pushing for what amounts to a global blasphemy law prohibiting criticism of religions.     12.31.09
 
  Current legislation & the First Amendment (analysis)
  By Gordon T. Belt Summary, status of bills being considered by Congress that involve First Amendment freedoms.     12.29.09
 
  Woman in Barnette reflects on famous flag-salute case (analysis)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Lawsuit brought by Jehovah's Witnesses led to one of the most memorable Supreme Court opinions in First Amendment history.     12.28.09
 
  A few ironies beset our first freedoms in 2009 (commentary)
  By Gene Policinski Challenge in 2010 will be to avoid gutting the meaning of our five freedoms even as courts continue to interpret them.     12.27.09
 
  Memo to jail officials: Rethink postcard-only policies (commentary)
  By David L. Hudson Jr. Rules meant to curb contraband, boost security, reduce costs are unconstitutional 'exaggerated response.'     12.22.09
 
  Threats to religious liberty in 2009: mountains and molehills (commentary)
  By Charles C. Haynes In many nations, government is the major threat to religious liberty — but in the United States, we are often our own worst enemy.     12.20.09
 
 
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