TITLE

Government Nonendorsement

AUTHOR(S)
Tebbe, Nelson
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Minnesota Law Review;2013, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p648
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the constitutional limits on government endorsements in America as of December 2013, focusing on the U.S. Supreme Court, America's government speech doctrine, and the Free Speech Clause which is contained in the First Amendment to the nation's Constitution. The Establishment Clause and restrictions on government expression are mentioned, along with religious freedom and free speech rights in the U.S. Other topics include equal protection cases and same-sex marriage laws.
ACCESSION #
92536893

 

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