Professor Volokh Discusses Decision on Law Regulating Speech Outside Houses of Worship in Kansas City Public Media

March 11, 2015 – Professor Eugene Volokh discussed the federal appeals court’s decision to strike down a Missouri law restricting speech outside of churches in an interview with Kansas City Public Media.

Volokh runs a First Amendment Amicus Brief Clinic, which files "friend of the court" briefs on free speech issues. In this case, he and his students prepared a brief on behalf of the Thomas More Society, a conservative Catholic legal firm, in support of SNAP.

"So I think a lot of groups, conservative and liberal, agree that speech protection, if it's diminished for some, will end up diminished for others," Volokh says.

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