WASHINGTON — Last term, the First Amendment was front and center on the Supreme Court’s docket, producing a major decision on campaign-finance regulation and an array of other rulings on topics ranging from a Christian cross in the Mojave Desert to animal-cruelty videos.Read more here.
It’s still early, but the next Supreme Court term is shaping up similarly, with First Amendment disputes comprising some of the most important and provocative cases that are already docketed. The Court has also agreed to consider a Freedom of Information Act case and a privacy case, both of which may affect information-gathering by the government.
Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Supreme Court cases involve funeral protests, video games, FOIA
from the First Amendment Center:
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 2:42 PM
Labels: First Amendment Center, U.S. Supreme Court
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