13 March 2017

Commercial Speech Cases Aren't Very Ideological

Commercial speech cases are the focus of this Article. We find no evidence of ideological influence within the full set of those cases, in the sense of judge votes tracking ordinary policy disagreements. The results make commercial speech cases look like gun rights cases - and unlike abortion rights, establishment clause, and affirmative action cases, which are consistently ideologically charged in our models.
Via the Legal Theory Blog.

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