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We welcome our colleagues at the Post to this expansive view of the First Amendment. Paid political speech is protected speech, as the Posties now acknowledge, and the shareholders, executives, and employees of the Washington Post Company haven’t sacrificed their First Amendment rights simply by joining together into a corporation. Exactly! With this language about the right “not to publish,” the Washington Post is taking a laudable no-compromise position on the freedom of both expression and conscience. We look forward to editorials from the Post elucidating this view, and thus retracting past stingy views on free speech and religious liberty. The Post’s lawyers also argue that “there is a stark difference between requiring speakers to disclose who they are … and imposing that burden on newspapers and other Internet publishers.” Here we disagree. Although this seems fair at first glance, it is harder than you think to sustain such a distinction. If there’s a First Amendment right not to print something , as we agree there must be, then how can political spenders who advertise not also enjoy that right, just as much as the newspaper corporations that publish their ads? We know the Post’s lawyers don’t write their editorials and that the editors don’t write their legal briefs. The attorneys, along with those of the Baltimore Sun and several smaller Maryland newspapers, are rightly going to the trouble of fighting this law because it endangers their participation in a lucrative biennial market for state election ads, and print news is not exactly flush with cash right now.
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