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  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
  ‘Hillary movie’ case: courtroom drama (analysis)
  By Tony Mauro What's at stake as Court re-hears key campaign-finance case.
  • Sotomayor effect?     09.04.09
      Sotomayor & Citizens United: so many possibilities ... same result (analysis)
      By Ronald K.L. Collins High court highly likely to back free-speech claim in 'Hillary movie' case, but new justice's participation will be interesting.     09.04.09
      Dueling bus ads about God advance free speech (commentary)
      By Charles C. Haynes It does God no favors when government takes sides in religion, allowing churches to advertise on buses while censoring atheist groups out of fear of offending people.     08.30.09
      In a state notorious for secrecy, court offers pleasant surprise (commentary)
      By Douglas Lee Illinois appellate judges agree state freedom-of-information law requires disclosure of records about public employee's job performance.     08.25.09
      Citizens United attracts many 'friends' (analysis)
      By Adam Ezra Schulman High court will have to sift through 53 amicus briefs in campaign-finance case.     08.24.09
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