September 24, 2012
- 92 Constitutional Law
- 92XVIII Freedom of Speech, Expression, and Press
- 92XVIII(A) In General
- 92XVIII(A)3 Particular Issues and Applications in General
- 92k1563 k. Government-Sponsored Speech.
Simply because the government opens its mouth to speak does not give every outside individual or group a First Amendment right to play ventriloquist.
Griffin v. Sec’y of Veterans Affairs, 288 F.3d 1309 (Fed. Cir. 2002)
Suggested by Ben Frisch, Senior Attorney Editor, Thomson Reuters