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Supreme Court Justice, First Amendment attorneys don’t rule out ban on Quran burning

Still, Rendazza said he was skeptical the Court would uphold speech in all cases in the future, especially offensive speech.

“Could I see a majority of the justices on this Court saying that speech that offends too many people too much, is not protected? I wouldn’t bet my daughter’s life that they wouldn’t do it,” he said.

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