The Rise of the Viewpoint-Discrimination Principle

By Lackland H. Bloom, Jr.

In recent years, Supreme Court jurisprudence has seen the rise of a new rule——the viewpoint discrimination principle. What exactly does this principle stand for, how did it develop, and what does it mean for free speech jurisprudence going forward?


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