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Nea V. Finley: Explicating The Rocky Relationship Between The Government And The Arts , Gary E. Devlin Oct 2012

Nea V. Finley: Explicating The Rocky Relationship Between The Government And The Arts , Gary E. Devlin

Pepperdine Law Review

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National Endowment Of The Arts V. Finley: The Propriety Of Viewpoint In Arts Funding Still Unknown, Melissa S. Vignovic Jan 1999

National Endowment Of The Arts V. Finley: The Propriety Of Viewpoint In Arts Funding Still Unknown, Melissa S. Vignovic

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Nea V. Finley: A Decision In Search Of A Rationale, Lackland H.,Jr. Bloom Jan 1999

Nea V. Finley: A Decision In Search Of A Rationale, Lackland H.,Jr. Bloom

Washington University Law Review

For the better part of a decade, debate has raged over whether Congress can constitutionally restrict, or at least influence, the ability of the National Endowment for the Arts (“NEA”) to award grants to artists and institutions for the creation or display of art work that a significant segment of the public would consider highly offensive. In the October 1997 Term, the Supreme Court, by an 8-1 margin in NEA v. Finley, upheld section 954(d), a 1991 congressional amendment to the NEA Act that requires the Chairperson of the NEA to ensure that, in establishing regulations and procedures for ...


Bery V. New York: Do Artists Have A First Amendment Right To Sell And Display Art In Public Places, Christina A. Mathes Jan 1998

Bery V. New York: Do Artists Have A First Amendment Right To Sell And Display Art In Public Places, Christina A. Mathes

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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Artistic Freedom V. Censorship: The Aftermath Of The Nea's New Funding Restrictions, Michael Wingfield Walker Jan 1993

Artistic Freedom V. Censorship: The Aftermath Of The Nea's New Funding Restrictions, Michael Wingfield Walker

Washington University Law Review

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