TALLEY v. CALIFORNIA
Supreme Court Cases
362 U.S. 60 (1960)
DONALD H. RUMSFELD, SECRETARY OF DEFENSE, et al. v. FORUM FOR ACADEMIC AND INSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, INC., et al.
The Solomon Amendment, 10 U.S.C. 983(b)(1), withholds specified federal funds from institutions of higher education that deny military recruiters the same access to campuses and students that they provide to other employers. The question presented is whether the court of appeals erred in holding that the Solomon Amendment's equal access condition on federal funding likely violates the First Amendment to the Constitution and in directing a preliminary injunction to be issued against its enforcement.
JOHN J. HURLEY AND SOUTH BOSTON ALLIED WAR VETERANS COUNCIL v. IRISH-AMERICAN GAY, LESBIAN AND BISEXUAL GROUP OF BOSTON, ETC., et al.
Whether the court-mandated inclusion of the Irish-American Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Group of Boston, Inc. (GLIB) in Boston’s 1993 St. Patrick’s Day parade violated the First Amendment rights of the private group, the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council, that the city of Boston authorized to organize the parade.
JOSEPH MCINTYRE, EXECUTOR OF ESTATE OF MARGARET MCINTYRE, DECEASED v. OHIO ELECTIONS COMMISSION
Whether the government may constitutionally prohibit the distribution of campaign literature that does not contain the name and address of the person issuing it.
CITY OF CINCINNATI v. DISCOVERY NETWORK, INC., et al.
Whether a city ordinance prohibiting the distribution of commercial flyers from news racks on city-owned property violates the First Amendment.
PRUNEYARD SHOPPING CENTER et al. v. ROBINS et al.
Whether the 1st and 14th Amendments protect the right of individuals to solicit signatures for political petitions in privately owned shopping centers.
WOOLEY, CHIEF OF POLICE OF LEBANON, et al. v. MAYNARD ET UX.
Whether the State of New Hampshire may constitutionally enforce criminal sanctions against persons who cover the motto "Live Free or Die" on passenger vehicle license plates because that motto is repugnant to their moral and religious beliefs.
GREER, COMMANDER, FORT DIX MILITARY RESERVATION, et al. v. SPOCK et al.
Whether a government ban on political rallies on military bases violates the 1st Amendment.
MIAMI HERALD PUBLISHING CO., DIVISION OF KNIGHT NEWSPAPERS, INC. v. TORNILLO
Whether a Florida statute that afforded a right to reply to personal attacks on political candidates by newspapers violated the First Amendment.
ORGANIZATION FOR A BETTER AUSTIN et al. v. KEEFE
Whether an order enjoining petitioners from distributing leaflets anywhere in the town of Westchester, Illinois, violates petitioners' First Amendment rights.
LATHROP v. DONOHUE
COMMUNIST PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES v. SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES CONTROL BOARD
Does requiring individuals to register their political party affiliation with the Attorney General violate the First Amendment?
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE v. ALABAMA ex rel. PATTERSON, ATTORNEY GENERAL
Did an Alabama law that required the NAACP to provide the names and addresses of all its members and agents in the state violate the First and Fourteenth Amendments?
TAYLOR v. MISSISSIPPI
Whether a Mississippi statute punishing speech "reasonably tending to create an attitude of stubborn refusal to salute, honor, and respect the flag and government of the United States" or "calculated to encourage disloyalty to the government of the United States" violates the First Amendment
WEST VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION et al. v. BARNETTE et al.
Whether a compulsory flag-salute law for school children violates the 1st and 14th Amendments.
MARTIN v. CITY OF STRUTHERS
Whether a local ordinance that prohibited any person from "distributing handbills, circulars or other advertisements to ring the door bell, sound the door knocker, or otherwise summon" a home dweller violated the First and Fourteenth Amendemnts.
JAMISON v. TEXAS
Whether a Dallas city ordinance, which prohibits distribution of handbills on the streets, violates the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment when the material being distributed is religious in its nature.
LOVELL v. CITY OF GRIFFIN
Whether a local ordinance that prohibited the distribution of literature of any kind, and in any way, without first obtaining written permission from the city manager violated the First Amendment.
ABRAMS et al. v. UNITED STATES
Whether the Espionage Act violates the First Amendment as applied to distributing leaflets calling for a strike at U.S. ammunitions plants.
LEWIS PUBLISHING COMPANY v. MORGAN, POSTMASTER IN NEW YORK CITY
Whether a post office regulation compelling newspapers to disclose the names and addresses of all editors and stockholders as well as circulation information, and to mark all paid material "advertisement" violates the First Amendment's free press guarantees.