Jan 162010
 
 January 16, 2010  Court, Featured News

Adam Liptak reports:

The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether the First Amendment requires that the names of people who sign ballot-initiative petitions be kept secret.

As in the court’s decision on Wednesday to block the broadcasting of the trial of a challenge to a ban on same-sex marriage in California, the appeal was brought by opponents of such unions who said they feared harassment should their views be made widely known.

Read more inThe New York Times.

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