Monthly Archives: March 2011

A crash course in censorship in Colorado

At a Denver-area high school, editors of the student newspaper are learning a difficult lesson: embarrassing a school, even unintentionally, is a risky prospect when administrators control their ability to publish. Never mind the First Amendment, Colorado state law, or … Continue reading

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Not a litter box

To say that this blog has been on the backburner is an understatement — we’ve been talking about something like this for at least three years or so. I’m sure much of the blog will turn out to be more … Continue reading

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A sandbox

A brief first post: This blog has long been on the backburner. We intend to cover issues for law students, discuss First Amendment law and other legal issues, tackle the occasional parliamentary procedure, and maybe talk about some music. For … Continue reading

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