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So to Speak podcast: Guns, addiction, and the press
Is carrying a weapon during a political demonstration protected by the First Amendment?
What about intentionally creating an addictive video game?
Does the First Amendment’s press clause require the existence of news outlets?
On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we explore these three topics and more with First Amendment scholar Luke Morgan, who has written three fascinating articles that examine the scope of the First Amendment’s protections:
- “Leave your guns at home: The constitutionality of a prohibition on carrying firearms at political demonstrations” (Duke Law Journal)
- “Addiction and expression” (Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly)
- “The broken branch: Capitalism, the Constitution, and the press” (forthcoming)
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