In this edition of Courtwatch that aired Thursday, local attorney John Gaguine reviews commercial free speech issues recently before the Alaska and U.S. Supreme Courts. The first case involved advertising for adult-oriented businesses in Anchorage and the other case focused on a court challenge to a popular song parody.Related Link: “Barbie Girl” Gets Stamp Of Approval From Supreme Court
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- Company seeks to shut down state subpoenas in federal court
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