There could not be greater form of expressive conduct
Signers warn that the outcome of the case could have broad implications for the civil rights of groups that already face discrimination and that creating exemptions to public accommodations laws in this case based on a businesss arguably expressive conduct
or religious belief would undermine the governments interest in prohibiting discrimination against minority groups.
23) Relevant to our discussion of Barnes and City of Erie, expressive conduct
is also treated as speech if there is an intent to convey a particularized message and a great likelihood that the message will be understood, (24) and regulations of it are subject to either type of scrutiny depending on whether the law is facially content-based or content-neutral.
As we explained in Barnes, however, nude dancing of the type at issue here is expressive conduct
, although we think that it falls only within the outer ambit of the First Amendment's protection.
Generally speaking, regulations of expressive conduct
Measure B's condom requirement is not a regulation of expressive conduct
because it regulates filming, an act of producing speech, not disseminating it.
prevents government from proscribing speech, or even expressive conduct
The First Amendment protects much more than just the spoken word -- it also protects expressive conduct
Throughout a long line of cases, the Supreme Court of the United States has been called upon to determine when society's desire to proscribe certain speech or expressive conduct
, announced in statutory law, runs afoul of the constitutional guarantee of free speech.
This textbook begins with historical and conceptual background then addresses expressive conduct
, commercial speech, mass media regulation, and sexually explicit speech, among other topics, before devoting the last four of the 16 chapters to the religion clauses.
Protestors' Expressive Conduct
and the First Amendment III.
27) A third mode, through a different form of intermediate scrutiny, addresses expressive conduct
and evaluates "content-neutral restrictions" by directly balancing "the impairment of expression against the degree to which the regulation accomplishes the government's permissible purposes.