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The Sensitive Society, James F. Fitzpatrick Dec 1994

The Sensitive Society, James F. Fitzpatrick

Federal Communications Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Death Of Tupac: Will Gangsta Rap Kill The First Amendment?, Jason Talerman Jan 1994

The Death Of Tupac: Will Gangsta Rap Kill The First Amendment?, Jason Talerman

Boston College Third World Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Alexander V. United States: Forfeiture Of Nonobscene, Expresseve Material As Punishment For Violation Of The Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations Act, Julie A. Sollenberger Jan 1994

Alexander V. United States: Forfeiture Of Nonobscene, Expresseve Material As Punishment For Violation Of The Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations Act, Julie A. Sollenberger

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The First Amendment And Fcc Rule Making Under The 1992 Cable Act, Michael I. Meyerson Jan 1994

The First Amendment And Fcc Rule Making Under The 1992 Cable Act, Michael I. Meyerson

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This Article explores the First Amendment implications of the Federal Communication Commission's (FCC) regulations issued under the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 19921 (1992 Cable Act). The 1992 Cable Act imposes numerous requirements that are beyond the scope of this Article. This Article analyzes only the FCC's exercise of rule making discretion under the 1992 Cable Act.

Additionally, it must be remembered that an under-staffed FCC was given an enormous amount of work to do within fixed time limits. Therefore, it must be expected that the rulemaking would be vulnerable to second-guessing. Nonetheless, whenever a ...