Court Rules Yellow Pages Are Protected Speech

Court Rules Yellow Pages Are Protected Speech

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New A couple of years ago, the publishers of a number of phone books in the Seattle area sued the city for passing a new ordinance that required the publishers to pay a fee and subscribe to an opt-out program. The ordinance was implemented to allow Seattle residents to opt-out of...
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