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White v. Norwalk (1990) | In dealing with agenda items, a governmental body does not violate the first amendment when it restricts speakers to the decision at hand.

Donato & Calogero v. Moldow (2005) | The operator of an electronic community bulletin board is not liable for defamatory messages posted by others.

Besler v. BOE of West Windsor and Plainfield (2010) |  the NJ Supreme Court ruled that a jury must decide if the action of a governmental body cutting off speech in a public meeting was acceptable under the Federal White v Norwalk standard.

Rosenblatt v. Camilla (2012) | Appellate Court threw out a defamation case brought by a Council Member because it failed to meet the high standard in Sullivan v NY Times