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Constitutional – First Amendment – Airport Newspaper Racks (access required)

A public airport’s total ban on newspaper racks inside its terminals violates the First Amendment and the 4th Circuit upholds summary judgment for plaintiff newspaper publishers. We found a similar ban unconstitutional in Multimedia Pub. Co. of S.C. Inc. v. Greenville-Spartanburg Airport Dist., 991 F.2d 154 (4th Cir. 1993), which guides our decision today. Because the ...

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