A federal judge has struck down Pennsylvania's blasphemy statute -- a law that forbids the use of certain blasphemous and profane words in the naming of a corporation -- with a ruling that clears the way for the plaintiff to use the name "I Choose Hell Productions" for his film company. The judge found that the law "unequivocally excludes only one religious perspective but not the other, as it permits speech deemed reverent to religious beliefs, yet excludes speech deemed irreverent to religious beliefs."
Filmmaker Can Go With 'Hell' When It Comes to Company Name
The Legal Intelligencer
July 1, 2010