Author: Deborah Fisher
Sept. 16: Panel to discuss 'Racial Justice Protests and the First Amendment'
Judge: Tennessee law prohibiting false campaign literature violates First Amendment
TN Supreme Court: We have not approved ‘outright ban’ on public access in state’s courts
Memphis police limit media requests to view public records to 1 journalist per day
Memphis journalist files First Amendment lawsuit after removal from city's media advisory list
Wanda Lloyd to speak on 'Coming Full Circle: From Jim Crow to Journalism' at MTSU on Feb. 10
Federal judge rejects Tennessee's argument that voter registration law is free of First Amendment concerns
The Slants founder to speak at MTSU on his First Amendment fight to protect band name
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