Stephen Solomon

Professor of First Amendment Law at New York University

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Professor of First Amendment Law at New York University and author of the forthcoming Ellery's Protest: How One Young Man Defied Tradition and Sparked the Battle over School Prayer

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In  the trial  that is ripping open the Bush White House, the President's former press secretary testified today against Vice President Cheney's former top aide.

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At Washington's most political trial in a decade, President Bush's former press secretary testified today against Vice President Cheney's former top aide.

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