Unit_III_First_Amendment_and_Corporate_Expression_for_Students

Unit_III_First_Amendment_and_Corporate_Expression_for_Students

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Unit III: First Amendment and Corporate Political Expression MC 3080
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First Amendment: Corporate Speakers Corporate Speech “Expression solely motivated by the _____________” Issue Advocacy Strong First Amendment protection for expression related to ___________________OR matters of ______________ Commodity Promotion Regulations may not pertain _____________
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First Amendment: Corporate Speakers Protected under speech clause of First Amendment Issue advocacy Expression of ________ or _______ on public referenda votes and… Issues of _______________ (NOT ELECTIONS)
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First Amendment: Corporate Communications Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc. v. Public Service Commission of New York, Inc. Key Facts: Policy on Advertising and Promotional Practices ___________ that addressed “controversial issues of _______________ .” Significance: “The First Amendment means that the government has no power to
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First Amendment: Corporate Communications Pacific Gas & Electric Co. v. Public Utilities Comm. of California (U.S.1986) Key Facts: TURN challenged the corporations’ use of “extra space” for _______________ Commission allowed TURN to use that space Significant Ruling
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First Amendment: Corporate Speakers First National Bank v. Bellotti (U.S. 1978)
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BLAW 3201 taught by Professor Fry during the Fall '08 term at LSU.

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Unit_III_First_Amendment_and_Corporate_Expression_for_Students

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