A brief political history of religious exemptions – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.21.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

A brief political history of religious exemptions – The Washington Post. More »

U.S. top court rules for Muslim inmate over prison beard ban | Reuters

0 Commentsby   |  01.21.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

U.S. top court rules for Muslim inmate over prison beard ban | Reuters. More »

FCC Regulation of Internet Video? – Dates Set for Comments on Treating Over-the-Top Video Providers like Cable and Satellite TV | Broadcast Law BlogBroadcast Law Blog

0 Commentsby   |  01.19.15  |  FCC, Internet speech

FCC Regulation of Internet Video? – Dates Set for Comments on Treating Over-the-Top Video Providers like Cable and Satellite TV | Broadcast Law BlogBroadcast Law Blog. More »

Supreme Court Sees The Signs — But Can They Stay? | Texas Public Radio

0 Commentsby   |  01.12.15  |  Censorship and Prior Restraint

Supreme Court Sees The Signs — But Can They Stay? | Texas Public Radio. More »

Is it ‘content-based’ for a speech restriction to distinguish ‘political’ signs, ‘ideological’ signs and event announcement signs? – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.10.15  |  Free Speech, Supreme Court

This is a great discussion of the meaning of content-based, which requires a compelling government interest narrowly tailored to meet that end. More »

Charlie Hebdo and its biting satire, explained in 9 of its most iconic covers – Vox

0 Commentsby   |  01.07.15  |  Europe, Free Speech

Just yesterday, I was reading a commentary piece arguing we should ban “hate speech,” however that’s defined. The murders of writers, cartoonists and police by Islamic perpetrators in Paris today shows just the opposite. More »

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post

0 Commentsby   |  01.06.15  |  Commercial Speech

Urban Outfitters told to remove online ad featuring ‘too-skinny’ model – The Washington Post. More »

Does the First Amendment allow church to violate town’s sign code? SCOTUS to decide

0 Commentsby   |  01.05.15  |  Establishment Clause and Free Exercise Clause

Does the First Amendment allow church to violate town’s sign code? SCOTUS to decide. More »

Craft Brewers Are Running Out Of Names, And Into Legal Spats : The Salt : NPR

0 Commentsby   |  01.05.15  |  Copyright and Trademark

Craft Brewers Are Running Out Of Names, And Into Legal Spats : The Salt : NPR. More »

Woman sues over use of her school photo on novelty flask – Houston Chronicle

0 Commentsby   |  01.05.15  |  Libel, Privacy

Woman sues over use of her school photo on novelty flask – Houston Chronicle. More »