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“The idea of neutrality in the speech context not only requires that the state refrain from choosing among viewpoints, but also that it not structure public debate in such a way as to favor one viewpoint over another. The state must act as a high-minded parliamentarian, making certain that all viewpoints are fully and fairly heard.”

~ Owen Fiss

Source: “State Activism and State Censorship,” Yale Law Journal, 1991

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