Censorship

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

High Court strikes down FCC fines or "indecency"August 2012 (36:8), p.The back page

18-year ban on pictures of military coffins lifted (Washington) May 2009 (33:5), p. 2

Judge rules Florida school board's distribution policy unconstitutional (Fort Meyers) September 2005 (29:9), p. 2

7th Circuit applies Hazelwood case to college newspaper in Illinois (Chicago) August 2005 (29:8), p. 2

School officials trash censored student paper (Palm Beach County) May 2005 (29:5) p. 3

Broadcaster seeks relief in prior restraint lawsuit (Tallahassee) April 2005 (29:4), p. 3

Student body reprimands FAU adviser (Boca Raton) Feb. 2005 (29:2) p. 2

Clearwater libraries relinquish federal technology grants that require filters (Clearwater) Feb. 2005 (29:2), p. 2

Church asks FCC to revoke licenses (Washington) Feb. 2005 (29:2) p. 2

Commission won't pursue book policy (Ocala), April 2001 (25:4), p. 3

Library reading program halted (Jacksonville), November 2000 (24:11), p. 3

Principal bans new Harry Potter books (Tampa), April 2000 (24:4), p. 3

Cable system pulls show featuring dancers (Ft. Lauderdale), August 1997 (21:8), p. 5

DOT says wall censorship was an error (Gainesville), December 1995 (19:12), p. 3

Orlando principal sued for removing anti-abortion poster, December 1995 (19:12), p. 3

Destin manager drops gags policy (Destin), November 1995 (19:11), p. 3

High school newsletter shut down, students arrested (Palatka), April 1995 (19:4), p. 3

Miami high school adviser and students punished for cutline, December 1994 (18:12), p. 1

State schools earn ranking near top for ...censorship, October 1994 (18:10), p. 3

FAMU publisher wins student body presidency, June 1994 (18:6), p. 3

Angelou’s autobiography survives a second challenge (Bartow), January 1994 (18:1), p. 3

FSU professor wins prize for anti-censorship efforts in schools (Live Oak), May 1995 (17:5), p. 4

School official endorses ‘Snow White’ ban (Jacksonville), May 1993 (17:5), p. 2

Florida’s children caught in crossfire of school censorship (analysis by Susan Glickman), January 1993 (17:1), p. 6

Florida leads nation in school censorship, October 1992 (16:10), p. 3

Paper exercises ‘privilege’ to pull art (Miami), December 1990 (14:10), p. 1

Art removed from several public displays statewide, December 1990 (14:10), p. 1

Study: book banning widespread in schools (Gainesville), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 4

‘Offensive’ bumper stickers disappearing, October 1989 (13:9), p. 4

Florida among leading states in censorship, October 1989 (13:9), p. 4

Court allows college to censor radio newscast (Fort Pierce), August-September 1989 (13:8), p. 3

Stores to drop adult magazines (Jacksonville), June 1989 (13:6), p. 3

Supreme Court review of book ban asked (Lake City), April 1989 (13:4), p. 2

After censor’s work done, fear takes over (analysis by Claudia Johnson), March 1989 (13:3), p. 6

Parents to press book-ban appeal (Lake City), March 1989 (13:3), p. 4

Florida atop school censorship list, March 1989 (13:3), p. 4

Rap band’s music dropped by stores, February 1989 (13:2), p. 3

Sticker law invalid, ACLU official says, February 1989 (13:20) p. 3

Bumper obscenity charge doesn’t stick, February 1989 (13:2), p. 3

11th Circuit upholds ban on school text, January 1989 (13:1), p. 2

School censorship detailed, November-December 1988 (12:9), p. 2

T-shirt obscenity charge reinstated, October 1988 (12:8), p. 2

Arrests made under bumper sticker law, October 1988 (12:8), p. 2

U.S. judge rejects ‘Last Temptation’ ban (Pensacola), September 1988 (12:7), p.3

School boards back book ban (Lake City), July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 4

Banned: *&!?@&! Bumper stickers, June 1988 (12:5), p. 3

Florida DOE joins appeal of book ban, June 1988 (12:5), p. 3

Students charged, plead no contest to newspaper theft (Gainesville), May 1988 (12:4), p. 3

Legislature favors ban on obscene bumper stickers, May 1988 (12:4), p. 2

School board can ban classics; federal judge cites Hazelwood case (Jacksonville), January-February 1988 (12:1), p. 2

‘Banned Book Week’ observed; Bay, Hernando banning continues, November 1987 (11:9), p. 2

Battles over banned books rage on in Bay County, Hernando, Columbia, October 1987 (11:8), p. 3

Bay County School Board approves two books; Florida is ranked high in censorship incidents, August-September 1987 (11:7), p. 3

Minister tries to censor censorship show, while two groups sue over banned books, July 1987 (11:6), p. 3