Supreme Court

How Much Constitutional Protection For TRUTHFUL COMMERCIAL SPEECH?

R. GEORGE WRIGHT; Lawrence A. Jegen Professor of Law, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. The author’s thanks are hereby extended to Konstantina Kloufetos and Sheremy Cabrera.          Much of the harm of speech paternalism arises, of course, in the context of political, as distinct from commercial, speech. [9] But as the Court has declared, […]

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Public Business is the Public’s Business: Koch’s Implications for Indiana’s Access to Public Records Act

COURTNEY ABSHIRE- J.D., 2019, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law; MPA 2016, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, Indiana; B.A. 2012, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis – Indianapolis, Indiana. In 2016, the Indiana Supreme Court faced the question of whether records requested pursuant to the Access to Public Records Act (“APRA”) could be withheld […]

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A Government Divided Against Itself

by Katherine M. Forbes, 2L Note Candidate https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathy-forbes-050a788 Among the many important tasks the new Commander in Chief will undertake is the appointment of a new Supreme Court Justice. Where We Stand on Stalled Supreme Court Nominee Merrick Garland, ABC News (October 7, 2016), http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/stand-stalled-supreme-court-nominee-merrick-garland/story?id=42648073 [https://perma.cc/Z9X8-U38C]. Many voters considered this an important element in choosing […]

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