PETA Ads

A federal court in Texas refused to dismiss PETA’s freedom of speech suit over an advertisement it attempted to place on Texas A&M University transit system buses, finding the animal rights group has sufficiently stated a claim that the university’s restriction of advertisements for political campaigns, viewpoints or endorsements is “plausibly confusing.”

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Confidential Hen Info

A federal court must reexamine evidence in a dispute over whether information about the living conditions of hens on egg farms is confidential and exempt from disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act, the Ninth Circuit ruled, because the Supreme Court’s ruling in Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media rewrote the definition for the term “confidential.”

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