First Amendment - Free Press

Florida bans prison newspaper October 2015 (39:10), p. 3

Drone law clouds skies over Sunshine State July 2015 (39:07), The Back Page

Circuit judge lifts gag order imposed on media November 2013 (37:11), p.1

DOJ condemns journalist's arrest April 2013 (37:4), p.3

Why The Alligator newsrack war was fought January 2013 (37:1), p.The Back Page

Student newspaper sues over removal of news racks October 2012 (36:10), p.1

Sheriff suspends communication with news media May 2012 (36:5), p.2

9th Circuit protects photojournalist's rights April 2012 (36:4), p.2

Mayor: Reporters must register as lobbyists December2011 (35:12), p. 2

Capital reporters decry limits on access by new Gov. Rick Scott March 2011 (35:3), p. 1

Shield laws should turn on function, not credentials January 2011 (35:1), The Back Page

Media balks at SEC policies (New York) October 2009 (33:10), p. 3

Supreme Court upholds fleeting expletives ban(Washington D.C.) July 2009 (33:7), p. 1

Court rules blogger is journalist under Lanham Act exemption (South Carolina) May 2008 (32:5), p. 2

Weekly busted for escort ads (Orlando) March 2008 (32:3), p. 2

FAA investigates four news helicopter pilots (Washington), January 2001 (26:1), p. 3

Court overturns ban on soliciting wreck victims (Tallahassee), August 2001 (25:8), p. 3

Concerns over public records halt Bush e-mails (Washington), May 2001 (25:5), p. 2

Governor not trying to control tapes, says aides (Tallahassee), March 2000 (24:3), p. 1

Ex-adviser of student paper sues district (Boca Raton), December 1999 (23:12), p. 3

Judge dismisses suit against student's paper (Tallahassee), September 1999 (23:9), p. 3

Globe, Enquirer fight over story (West Palm Beach), April 1999 (23:4), p. 1

Students suspended for circulating newspaper (East Lake), June 1998 (22:6), p. 3

FAU staffer fired in dispute over column change (Boca Raton), January 1998 (22:1), p. 3

Principal seizes all copies of school paper (St. Petersburg), December 1997 (21:12), p. 5

Adviser says removal tied to censorship (Panama City), September 1997 (21:9), p. 3

University removes paper’s editor, advisor over photos (Jacksonville), April 1997 (21:4), p. 5

Bankruptcy judge says newspaper can reject doctor’s ads (Tampa), April 1997 (21:4), p. 4

Federal judge rules that paper may reject inmate’s classified ads (Jacksonville), November 1996 (20:11), p. 1

Paper’s adviser reinstated after filing grievance (Lake Mary), September 1996 (20:9), p. 3

County settles suit by reporter banned from press conference (Gainesville), June 1996 (20:6), p. 3

Victim confidentiality laws mean well but are misguided (analysis by R. Michael Hoefges), February 1996 (20:2), p. 4

Holocaust ad exemplifies value of contrary ideas (analysis by Sigman L. Splichal), September 1994 (18:9), p. 4

Legislature reenacts rape shield law, August 1994 (18:8), p. 1

Court upholds reversal of victim identification statute (West Palm Beach), August-September 1993 (17:8), p. 1

Police discouraging crime victims from talking to reporters (Hollywood), July 1993 (17:7), p. 3

Alachua judge freezes potential Rolling story profits, June 1993 (17:6), p. 3

Florida ‘Son of Sam’ law raises First Amendment questions (analysis by Paul Gates), May 1995 (17:5), p. 6

Fight underway for possible profits in Rolling murder case (Ocala), May 1995 (17:5), p. 3

Post ads lists prostitutes’ customer names (Palm Beach Post), December 1992 (16:12), p. 3

Tampa police order newspaper vendors off city’s streets, August 1992 (16:8), p. 3

State officials war over Globe prosecution, August 1992 (16:8), p. 1

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Broward County sheriff’s appeal, April 1992 (16:4), p. 3

Board finds UF student reporter guilty of obstruction, April 1992 (16:4), p. 3

Weekly accepts ‘guilt ads’ refused by News-Journal (Pensacola), April 1991 (15:4), p. 3

Should the press teach us about the First Amendment? (analysis by Linda Perry), February 1991 (15:2), p. 6

Rights of a free press should be balanced with rights of privacy (analysis by Keith Mitnik), February 1990 (14:1), p. 6

Reporter who received jail note cleared (Tallahassee Democrat), March 1989 (13:3), p. 5

Judge agrees to move murder trial (Titusville), November-December 1988 (12:9), p. 2

Paper appeals order to yield negatives, September 1988 (12:7), p. 3

Reporter who received jail note charged, September 1988 (12:7), p. 3

Judge strikes newsrack tax (St. Petersburg), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 4

St. Petersburg paper files suit challenging tax on newsracks, December 1987 (11:10), p. 2

Coral Gables votes to regulate newsracks; papers protest on First Amendment grounds, November 1987 (11:9), p. 2

Regulation of news racks proposed for Coral Gables, "The City Beautiful", July 1987 (11:6), p. 3

West Palm Beach considers ordinance to regulate distribution of newspapers, July 1987 (11:6), p. 3

High school reverses decision which halted underground paper, April 1987 (11:3), p. 3

Public defender withdraws request for gag order on suspect’s testimony, April 1987 (11:3), p. 3

Official settlement reached in Hollywood film-seizure case, March 1987 (11:2), p. 3

Court stays order, says paper may print names of juveniles, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 3

Hollywood agrees to settle with paper over film seizure, January-February 1987 (11:1), p. 3

Arguments heard in paper’s appeal on publishing of rape victim’s name (Gainesville), November 1986 (10:9), p. 3

Newspapers, wire services refuse to give NASA film-seizure right, June 1986 (10:5), p. 2

Foundation backs newspaper in First Amendment battle, June 1986 (10:5), p. 2