When government operates a communications medium, it may either promote first amendment values, by ensuring a diverse marketplace of ideas, or hinder them, by censoring the information and ideas it conveys. This Note proposes a synthesis of government speech and government forum analyses which would provide first amendment limitations on government-operated media while still allowing government to exercise editorial discretion.
35 Case W. Res. L. Rev. 707 (1985)
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