ELK GROVE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT AND DAVID W. GORDON, SUPERINTENDENT v. MICHAEL A. NEWDOW et al.
Supreme Court Cases
542 U.S. 1 (2004)
FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION v. CRUZ
1. Whether appellees have standing to challenge the statutory loan-repayment limit. and 2. Whether the loan-repayment limit violates the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment.
LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT v. UNITED REPORTING PUBLISHING CORPORATION
Whether a California state law that prohibits the release of arrestees' personal addresses if used for commercial purposes, but allows the release of such information for other purposes, violates the First Amendment.
JUDY MADSEN, et al. v. WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER, INC., et al.
Whether an injunction that limits the places where and the manner in which antiabortion protestors may demonstrate violates the First Amendment.
FW/PBS, INC., DBA PARIS ADULT BOOKSTORE II, et al. v. CITY OF DALLAS et al.
Whether a Dallas ordinance licensing "sexually oriented businesses" amounted to a prior restraint on protected expression, violating the First Amendment.
CITY OF LAKEWOOD v. PLAIN DEALER PUBLISHING CO.
Did Lakewood's city ordinance violate freedom of speech rights as protected by the First Amendment?
VILLAGE OF SCHAUMBURG v. CITIZENS FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT et al.
Whether a city ordinancewhich bars door-to-door solicitation by charities that cannot prove that 75% of their proceeds go directly to charitable purposesviolates the 1st and 14th Amendment free speech rights of solicitors.
DORAN v. SALEM INN, INC., et al.
Whether an injunction against enforcement of a New York ordinance prohibiting topless dancing due to overbreadth was wrongly granted.
BROADRICK v. OKLAHOMA
UNITED STATES v. REIDEL
Whether a federal law barring use of the mail for delivering obscene matter to persons over 21 was unconstitutional under the First Amendment.
FREEDMAN v. MARYLAND
Does a Maryland law that requires that all films be submitted to a board of censors before being exhibited violate the First Amendment?
BANTAM BOOKS, INC., et al. v. SULLIVAN et al.
Whether a state commission with broad discretion to define obscenity, and that allowed police enforcement of obscenity laws, was constitutional under the First Amendment.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE v. BUTTON, ATTORNEY GENERAL OF VIRGINIA, et al.
Whether a Virginia barratry statute which banned the improper solicitation of any legal or professional business unconstitutionally burdened the First Amendment freedom of association rights of the petitioner and petitioners clients.