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03/02/2011

8-1: Supreme Court sides with Westboro, free speech

by Jeremy Hooper
A Kansas church that attracted nationwide attention for its angry, anti-gay protests at the funerals of U.S. military members has won its appeal at the Supreme Court, an issue testing the competing constitutional limits of free speech and privacy. [CNN]

Completely expected. Completely right.

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*Alito was the lone dissent:


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