Courts Chip Away At “Prior-Restraint” Doctrine

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A generation ago, media lawyers could invoke the words “1st Amendment” and “prior restraint” confident that judges would agree that their news organizations had a constitutional right to publish truthful information about newsworthy matters, says the Los Angeles Times. These days, media lawyers say the same words, but they are not so confident that judges
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