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Two Supreme Court Justices Want to Revisit a Landmark Free-Press Ruling



Some justices and scholars are raising doubts about a nearly 60-year-old precedent that sets a high bar for successful libel suits. (Shutterstock)
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Two Supreme Court justices are taking aim at New York Times Co. v Sullivan, which requires public figures alleging libel to prove the publisher printed a statement knowing it was false or without caring whether it was true.

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