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9/10 More tightly defined UGA Code of Conduct now     Example: physical abuse/intimidation; coercion; danger to health/safety added to code Act of intolerance     “Harm” is too generic/broad     Can be interpreted in a way beyond anti-discrimination law     Too overbroad and vague TEST REVIEW Essay Examples: 1. Compare freedom of expression policy with the UGA Student Code of Conduct     Content-neutral vs. content-based 2. Describe the US Supreme Court’s process in hearing and deciding a case. (Chapter 1)     Writ of certiorari; petition     Agreement of 4 justices o calendar True/False Examples: 1. Federal constitution is the ultimate legal authority. TRUE 2. US Supreme Court has last word on the interpretation of the Constitution. TRUE 3. For an amendment, you need ¾ legislative approvals or a constitutional convention. TRUE 4. Federal regulation agencies are bound by the Regulation Procedure Act; APA specified the
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Unformatted text preview: enactment. TRUE 5. FCC does not have jurisdiction over magazines. TRUE a. FCC regulates broadcasting, satellite 6. Most communication cases are criminal, not civil. FALSE a. Most cases are civil 7. US Constitution mandates one court to create other courts. FALSE a. Article 3: Congress decides creation of courts Short Answer Examples: 1. Administrative law 2. Rules and decisions 3. Administrative agencies (FCC, FEC, SEC, etc.) 4. Legislative, Judicial, Executive Branches 5. Statutory Law CASES: 1. Gitlow v. NY 2. Burnstyn v. Wilson (1952 film licensing case) 3. Freedman v. NY 4. Interstate Circuit v. Dallas 5. Mutual Film Corporation v. Ohio 6. Red Lion Broadcasting v. FCC (1969 case: required to broadcast opposing views of political issues) 7. Smith v. Daily Mail Publication Company (1979 case: difficult to punish publication) 8. NY Times v. US 9. US v. O’Brien 10. Cox v. Cohn...
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