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11-12-2010 @ 9:35AM
There is court precedent, which I don't currently have time to look up (but I'm sure another commenter will) in which the Supreme Court decided that the First Amendment applies to states as well. Basically, the issue you're suggesting has already been brought up and decided, and states can't infringe upon your first amendment rights, either.
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