CL.11 - Using subheadings for paper(I II III And conclusion...

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Using subheadings for paper (I II III) And conclusion Name of case , (year) Rely on precedent, can’t overturn RAV v. City of St. Paul Burn cross in front of black person’s house Violation of the St. Paul Bias-Motivated Crime Ordinance: “Whoever places on public or private property, a symbol, object, appellation, characterization or graffiti, including, but not limited to, a burning cross or Nazi swastika” Minnesota says that law is fine and it stops “fighting words” Scalia Agrees that it is still fighting words, but still unconstitutional The First Amendment does not permit St. Paul to impose special prohibitions on those speakers who express views on disfavored subjects (it creates a specific ideas in “fighting words” with hate crimes) That creation of sub category is unfair, dangerous to restrict certain ideas federal government, under the Solomon Amendment, could constitutionally withhold funding from universities if they refuse to give military recruiters access to school
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2009 for the course POLITICS CIVIL LIBE taught by Professor Kahn during the Spring '08 term at NYU.

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