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Title "Doe v. Reed"
Date Jun 24, 2010
Author SCOTUSBlog
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Abstract Disclosure of the identity of persons who sign petitions for ballot referenda does not normally violate the First Amendment. The Court leaves open, however, the question whether the First Amendment might prohibit disclosure if it can be shown that disclosure could expose those who signed a petition to serious harm.
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case Doe v. Reed (FA-WA-0001)

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