Constitutional Law, First Amendment, Public Utilities


This Note examines the first amendment right of public utility corporations in light of the recent restrictions imposed on how these corporations communicate with their subscribers and the public in general. Specifically, this Note will focus "on the regulations promulgated by the New York Public Service Commission which prohibited the use of bill inserts on controversial matters of public policy and banned all promotional advertising by public utility corporations."



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