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Ruling on Cigarette Warnings Stirs Free Speech Debate

A court ruling Monday stubbed out an FDA attempt to plaster extremely graphic warning labels on cigarette packs. The decision has reignited a debate over which right trumps which: The right of the government to warn Americans about the health risks of smoking, or the First Amendment rights of tobacco companies.

Legal Briefing: In Ohio, You're Speeding if the Cop Says So

Ohio's Supreme Court says its state's cops don't need radar to pull speeders over -- they just need to believe the drivers are speeding. But giving police that authority invites abuses, so two Ohio legislators are trying to pass a law that overturns the decision.