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Shoot First, Talk Later: Blowing Holes in Freedom of Speech

Jacqueline Tresl


8 Animal L. 177 (2001)
Publish Date:
2001
Place of Publication: Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School
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Shoot First, Talk Later: Blowing Holes in Freedom of Speech

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When a five-step doctrinal analysis is applied to hunter harassment statutes, it is clear that the statutes are content-based and subject to the strictest of scrutiny. Because the statutes fail the strict scrutiny test, they therefore violate the American citizenry’s First Amendment right to free expression.

 

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