The First Amendment to the United States Constitution boldly limits governmental interference with certain “enumerated” rights. OLLI presenters, Dan Crean and Barbara Keshen, will look at the rights of the press in today’s legal and highly charged political landscape.
From leaks, to “fake” news, op/ed pages, and claims of biased reporting, the press, the public and politicians seem to have reverted to conflict similar to that existing in the early days of the republic.
This interactive discussion will review significant court decisions from past cases and discuss how the amendment may be applied in these “heated” times.
Where: New Hampshire Telephone Museum
1 Depot Street, Warner, NH 03278 603-456-2234
When: Friday, May 25th at 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Doors open at 6:30 PM. Programs begin at 7:00 PM.
Admission by Donation
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This year's 4th Phriday at the Phone Museum Series is being proudly sponsored by the law offices of Upton & Hatfield; "Supporting New Hampshire Communities Since 1908".