San Francisco Arts and Athletics v. U.S. Olympic Committee (1987)

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  • In San Francisco Arts and Athletics v. U.S. Olympic Committee, 483 U.S. 522 (1987), the Supreme Court ruled that San Francisco Arts and Athletics (SFAA) did not have a First Amendment right to use the word Olympics to promote the Gay Olympics.

    The Court voted 5-4 that Congress had authorized the use of the word ...

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