The end of free speech?
clipped from www.christianaction.org

FOREST, VA – In what could be
a landmark legal case, the Christian Action Network has been fined
$3,000 for mailing letters containing an “inflammatory anti-Muslim
message” and for using Governor John Baldacci’s name “without his
written consent.”

Maine’s legal action against Christian Action
Network (CAN) was prompted by a letter the organization sent out
nationally that exposed Islamic programs in public schools and a
request that citizens sign a petition to their governor opposing
such programs.

Maine’s Department of Professional and
Financial Regulation accuses CAN of “using the name of John
Baldacci, Governor of the State of Maine, without his written
consent for the purpose of soliciting contributions from persons in
this state…”