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The US state of Utah has had its ban on wine and spirits advertising struck down by a federal appeals court on the grounds that it limits constitutionally protected free speech. The decision comes months before the city hosts the 2002 Winter Olympics. Since 1996 a local magazine, the Catalyst, and the Utah Licensed Beverage Association, have been trying to sue the state, seeking an injunction against the ban. Last year the request was denied.


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