Supreme Court decisions on compelled speech need clarity and transparency

Legal scholar David Han, SSRN, April 8, 2022, argues that the compelled speech doctrine has only been made more murky by recent Supreme Court decisions. The doctrine is also notable for its fluidity so that courts can “justify a wide range of disparate results.” Under the compelled speech doctrine, the First Amendment limits the government in requiring people to voice or advocate government messages.

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