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An interesting petition for Supreme Court review that some colleagues of mine and I filed.

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In abortions, speech, religion, intimate association, prostitution, and more.

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But, though personal insults directly addressed to a particular person might be punishable "fighting words," general statements that are posted for the public at large to see are constitutionally protected.

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Minnesota bans people from wearing "[i]ssue oriented material designed to influence or impact voting" (such as "'Please I.D. Me' buttons") and "[m]aterial promoting a group with recognizable political views (such as the Tea Party, MoveOn.org, and so on)"; the Supreme Court will consider whether that's constitutional.

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Compelled speech about availability of abortion, retaliatory arrests and ideological messages on voter clothing in polling places.

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So holds a 2-to-1 panel decision of the 7th Circuit.

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The decision arises out of Prestigious Pets' lawsuit against two customers who posted negative reviews.

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An amicus brief in the Supreme Court argues that a baker's expansive claims would "punch a hole through the center of the Nation's anti-discrimination laws"

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So the 9th Circuit held Friday.

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But the First Amendment would prevent Congress from ordering people to stand for the national anthem (and, read properly, the statute likely doesn't purport to issue any such command).

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