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What was the newspaper involved in Near v. Minnesota?

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What was the newspaper involved in Near v. Minnesota?

Restraint and Censorship:

In Near v. Minnesota, the Supreme Court established that government officials cannot censor information that had yet to be published. This upheld a newspaper's First Amendment right to publish information as it so chooses.

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The newspaper involved with Near v. Minnesota was Minnesota's The Saturday Press. Jay Near was the editor and accused of publishing information...

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