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Reminder of Why the Court Matters: First Amendment Case Going to the Supreme Court May Affect Redskins Trademark

Lost in the welter of stories about sex tapes and the presidential election this week was the news that a very important First Amendment case is on its way to the Supreme Court. The case, a trademark dispute involving a band called The Slants, could determine the future of the Washington Redskins' trademark. The case is a reminder that the Supreme Court still has a | Read More » The post Reminder of Why the Court Matters: First Amendment Case Going to the Supreme Court May Affect Redskins Trademark appeared first on RedState.
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