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

In this case upholding summary judgment for plaintiff newspaper publishers that a public airport’s total ban on newspaper racks inside its terminals violates the First Amendment, the 4th Circuit denies rehearing en banc. Concurrence Wilkinson, J., concurring in the denial of rehearing en banc: I was pleased to join Judge Duncan’s fine opinion for the court [VLW ...

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