PNI & Co. seek to halt free ride for transit paper

Moses, Lucia
February 2000
Editor & Publisher;02/07/2000, Vol. 133 Issue 6, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the Philadelphia Newspapers Inc.'s (PNI) effort to fight the tabloid newspaper `Metro' from distributing on First Amendment grounds. Court ruling that denying the injunction request against the newspaper by New York Times Co. and Gannett Co. Inc.; Claim by the PNI that First Amendment is being violated if the newspaper is allowed to be distributed.


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