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'Daily Show' Investigates The Slants And Their 'Offensive' Band Name

The Supreme Court made an important ruling on the First Amendment Monday that could help the NFL’s Washington Redskins keep its controversial name. To better understand the case, “The Daily Show”..
Huffington Post

‘The Slants’ Win On Free Speech – OpEd

In Matal v. Tam, the Supreme Court handed down an important First Amendment decision. This case dealt with a band’s application for federal trademark registration of the band’s name, “The..
Eurasia Review

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News video: U.S. top court finds law banning offensive trademarks unconstitutional

U.S. top court finds law banning offensive trademarks unconstitutional 01:14

In a decision that could benefit the NFL's Washington Redskins, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out a federal prohibition on disparaging trademarks as a constitutional violation in a major free..
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Sports Talk Show Host Mike Francesa Doesn't Get Why 'Oriental' Is Offensive

A New York sports talk show host didn’t score any points this week with his repeated on-air references to Asians as “Orientals” and “Oriental Americans.” WFAN radio personality Mike..
Huffington Post

5 things to know today, including how businesses are helping an LGBTQ group go beyond the basics

Just because it's the longest day of the year doesn't mean there's a lot of time to kill this fine Tuesday, Portland. Indeed, we're pretty busy at our shop, what with an array of ongoing and pending..

Justices say government can't refuse disparaging trademarks

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Supreme Court says the government can't refuse to register trademarks that are considered offensive.The ruling Monday is a win for an Asian-American rock band called the Slants..
New Zealand Herald

5 things to know incl. what do the Slants, the Redskins, SCOTUS & Haddonfield have in common

Good morning, everyone. It's the last day of spring, this baby has sprung and wrung and flung and stung and clung and is finally over. I hope summer is better because I'm dung, I mean, done with 2017..

It's not the government's job to say if 'Slants' is too offensive. Or 'Redskins'

In a reassuringly sweeping decision, the Supreme Court on Monday struck down a federal law prohibiting the registration of trademarks that may disparage individuals, institutions, beliefs or national..
L.A. Times

Supreme Court decision sides with Portland-based rock band, the Slants, in name trademark case

The unanimous decision Monday will also likely preserve the trademarked and controversial name of the Redskins, Washington’s NFL team, and help the Seattle band Thunderpussy trademark its name.
Seattle Times

Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of The Slants In Disparaging Trademark Ruling

Those of fiendish or mischievous mind will have an easier time registering trademarks after the Supreme Court on Monday decided to reject as...

Why the Slants Took a Fight Over Their Band Name to the Supreme Court

In a strange case, a small Asian-American rock group may have inadvertently helped the Washington Redskins.

Supreme Court rules rock band the Slants may trademark its name, striking down law banning offensive terms

L.A. Times

5 questions with The Slants founder Simon Tam

The band's Supreme Court win, Tam says, is for many marginalized groups fighting institutional oppression.

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