Government Corruption, Public Employees’ Speech, and the First Amendment

Law Professor Helen Norton explains how a case currently pending for Supreme Court review could potentially expand First Amendment protection for public employees who report on government corruption and or speak as a public "citizen."

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Are Political Robocalls Protected Under the First Amendment?

Regulating robocalls based on the content of their messaging presents a more severe threat to First Amendment freedoms than regulating their time, place, and manner," the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in a case involving Montana's robocall laws.

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Cincinnatus to James Wilson, 1787

By Professor Stephen D. Solomon, Editor, First Amendment Watch Cincinnatus (No. 2) to James Wilson 8 November 1787 After the Constitution […]

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