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Policing Rap Music Lyrics Challenges Free Speech

Rappers Thug and Gunna are part of a major racketeering case – and some of the evidence in the case includes their lyrics. Whether you like their music or not, you should be worried about what this means for free speech – and your First Amendment rights.

First Five Express are quick looks at trending First Amendment topics with what you need to know about your five freedoms.

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