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Professor Volokh Cited in Column by George Wills on the First Amendment
September 14, 2012 -- Professor Eugene Volokh was quoted in a column by the Washington Post's George Wills regarding the First Amendment and freedom of religion.
Eugene Volokh of the UCLA School of Law thinks Huguenin can also make a "compelled speech argument": She cannot be coerced into creating expressive works, such as photographs, which express something she is uncomfortable expressing. Courts have repeatedly held that freedom of speech and the freedom not to speak are "complementary components of the broader concept of 'individual freedom of mind.'"
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