Free Speech Rights at Airports
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Tom Fudge : Do you have the right to free speech at an airport in California? Maybe and maybe not. It's a question that's now before the State Supreme Court. Also, we'll talk about court rulings that place serious limits on non-compete contracts and which make it harder for the Governor to deny parole.
Dan Eaton, San Diego attorney and These Days legal analyst.
(You can learn more about non-compete agreements by reading Dan Eaton's essay on the subject .)
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