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Mike Johanns, Secretary of Agriculture, et al. v. Livestock Marketing Association et al.

By May 23, 2004

The Supreme Court rejects a First Amendment based challenge to a government program that called for mandatory assessments from beef producers to fund generic advertising. The Court in Johanns v. Livestock Marketing Association said the program constituted government speech and, thus, was immune from First Amendment scrutiny.


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