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86 Iowa L. Rev. 1377 (2000-2001)
The Many Faces of Government Speech

handle is hein.journals/ilr86 and id is 1389 raw text is: The Many Faces of Government Speech
Randall P. Bezanson and William G. Bus;*
1.      INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 1380
II.     THE MANY CAPACITES IN WHICH GOVERNMENT SPEAKS .................... 1384
A.   PREUMfINARYM ATrERSAAV GOIVEiNMENTSPEECU4 T7POLOGIE& .... 1384
B.   EGHT CASE STUDS ..................................................................... 1387
1. Implementation of Government Policy as Speech:
Rust v. Sullivan .................................................................... 1389
a. Two Opposing Views of the Rust Decision ........................... 1391
b.  The Equal Protection Aspect of Rust ................................... 1393
c.  The Physician as a Profesional in Rust ............................. 1395
d. Market Distortion in Rust: Perception of Indigent
Patients ............................................................................ 1396
e.  Market Distortions in Rust: Down Stream
Regulation. ....................................................................... 1398
f.   The Ban on Advocacy ....................................................... 1400
g.   Conclusion  ....................................................................... 1401
2. The Limits of Public Forum Analysis:
Rosenberger v. University of Virginia ....................................... 1401
a. Public Forum Doctrine. A Concise Histoy .......................... 1402
b.  Subject Matter or Viewpoint Discrimination? ...................... 1405
c.  Government Speech or Public Forum ................................... 1406
d. The Side Issue: Religious Speech ......................................... 1408
e.  Conclusion  ....................................................................... 1409
3. Government as Educator. Board of Education v. Pico,
Hazelwood v. Kuhlmeier ......................................................... 1409
a. The Pico Decision ............................................................. 1411
b.  TheHazelwood Case ....................................................... 1415
c.  Educational Speech ........................................................... 1418
d.  Conclusion  ....................................................................... 1421
Charles E. Floete Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Iowa College of Law.
-0. IL Patton Distinguished Professor of Law, University of Iowa College of Law. We are very
grateful for the substantial research assistance received from Gina Cesaretti, Jamie Clanton,
JessicaJones, Lindsay Lundholm, and Leslie Pitt.

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