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Supreme Court confronts whether Nev. conflict-of-interest law violates free speech

Date: April 24, 2011
Author: Robert Barnes
QUOTE: And the justices themselves are under increasing scrutiny from the left and right about whether their activities outside the courtroom cast doubt on their neutrality inside it… The Nevada Supreme Court elevated the matter when it agreed with Carrigan that restricting his ability to vote on council business violated his First Amendment right of free political speech.

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