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Civility and Free Expression in a Constitutional Democracy – A National Dialogue
Civility and Free Expression in a Constitutional Democracy – A National Dialogue will explore the balance between norms of civility and the laws of free expression within our society and system of government. April 16-17, 2012 a civility planning meeting took place with partner organizations that are helping to institute thirteen public programs in nine states across the country between September 2012 and June 2013.
Be apart of the dialogue or even host your own public program on civility. Check out the available resources at www.ambar.org/civility.
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