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NNA provides its members with content to reprint or post to websites.

This content includes columns by directors and NNA member newspapers, Freedom Forum Institute's First Amendment columns/ editorials (available weekly) and more. 

Five historic dissenting opinions that shaped our First Amendment rights

Jul 7, 2022

It’s been a month of landmark Supreme Court rulings – and dissents. The ability to disagree with majority opinion is an important part of the First Amendment right to free speech, and dissenting ...

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The First Amendment future of debate over Roe v. Wade

Jun 30, 2022

The five freedoms in the First Amendment have powered our nation’s long, divisive debate over the incredibly personal issue of abortion. They may also be how we frame its future now that the Supreme ...

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Survey says we're divided about our rights — and First Amendment could bridge divisions

Jun 23, 2022

The last several years of Freedom Forum surveys show that Americans value our First Amendment freedoms but have questions about how they work in today’s world. The latest survey shows concerns and ...

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Jun 16, 2022

The Supreme Court wraps up its term each June, making this a big month for rulings with significant impact. The court’s June rulings have sometimes defined and refined what the First Amendment protects. ...

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Jun 2, 2022

Anonymity can protect privacy and keep people like whistleblowers and activists safe. It can also shield bad behavior. Jeff Kosseff, author of “The United States of Anonymous: How the First Amendment ...

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May 26, 2022

Faith groups in the U.S. are sharply divided over abortion. Will striking down Roe v. Wade, which appears likely according to a leaked Supreme Court draft opinion, offer an opportunity to find compromise ...

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PERSPECTIVE: How a 40-year-old Supreme Court ruling may quash the book banning wave

May 12, 2022

A rise in school boards and lawmakers seeking to remove books from public schools is raising questions of whether book banning is constitutional. A nearly forgotten, 40-year-old Supreme Court case could ...

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The Roe V. Wade leak shows the benefit of a free press

May 5, 2022

The leak of a draft Supreme Court decision that would overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that protected abortion rights has sparked nationwide protest, punditry and questions about press protections. ...

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Alberto Ibargüen ⁠— a vision to reinvent local news

Apr 28, 2022

As a lawyer, publisher, president and CEO of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, and longtime champion of journalism and the arts, Alberto Ibargüen, this year’s recipient of the Al Neuharth ...

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