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Sunday, November 13, 2005 

Alito and the First Amendment

Prof. Volokh has a piece in the WSJ's Opinion Journal today about Jude Alito's views on the First Amendment. It's a quick read and worth checking out. If you're too lazy for even that, let me sum it up. Judge Alito has an expansive view of the Free Speech and Free Exercise Clauses, but a narrower view of the Establishment Clause. Basically, he has the same view that I do.

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