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The court held that even patently offensive speech directed at “public figures” such as Falwell was constitutionally protected, as long as it did not purport to be factual.
As Kayla Jimenez and Sara Libby report in a new story, many of those small businesses insist they’re engaging in constitutionally protected speech and therefore doing nothing wrong.
We’re calling it a constitutionally protected peaceful protest.
He lobbied to lift the constitutionally-mandated age limit for the presidency just as he was about to surpass it, ensuring a continued grip on power.
The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and other agencies also contend with strict legal limits on their ability to track constitutionally protected political discourse.
That is less than half the constitutionally mandated time between a presidential election and the inauguration in the United States.
McAuliffe’s attempt to reclaim the Executive Mansion is unusual in Virginia, whose governors are constitutionally banned from serving back-to-back terms.
Racial segregation in the public schools of Virginia was constitutionally established in the Underwood Constitution of 1902.
He was, in fact, constitutionally disqualified for the practice of such a calling.
We suspect that he is constitutionally incapable of even apprehending metaphysical problems.

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