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Question 1

Which of the following forms of protection always apply to expression?

Question 2

Content-based regulations are:

Question 3

Content-based regulations can be:

Question 4

If a content-neutral law is to pass First Amendment analysis it must:

Question 5

Congress wants to take action against big-tobacco but many politicians fear losing large amounts of financial campaign support. They therefore decide simply to ban tobacco advertising, because "advertising of these products may be seen to be in poor taste." Is the tobacco advertising ban legitimate?

Question 6

Which of the following forms of commercial speech is permitted for a lawyer:

Question 7

The Town of Ridgebury public library is not often used by the towns' residents. The Board of Selectmen decide to open one of the reading rooms for public use on a first-come-first-serve basis. After a few months the room is being so frequently used that the system is changed requiring those who would like to use the room place their names in a lottery one week prior to the desired use. The librarian on duty draws the winning ticket and notifies them by phone. The other day she pulled a winning ticket for use of the room by the Northern Unit of Toledo Soldiers (NUTS) a very militant and hard-core group. She surreptitiously disposes of the ticket and pulls another, and then calls the Mothers Interested in Learning Disco (MILD) to let them know they had won that week's lottery. Does NUTS. have a First Amendment case?

Question 8

A statute restricting speech based on time, place or manner: