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Expensive speech

14 May 2013 By Reynolds Holding

Companies argue their constitutional right not to speak exempts them from posting health or workplace warnings or filing certain data with the SEC. U.S. courts are starting to agree. It’s setting the kind of precedent that could lead to less disclosure and impede sound regulation.

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