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Levy v Victoria (1997) 146 ALR 248

This case considered the proportionality test used when assessing the validity of implied freedom of communication and whether the political expression relating to demonstrations against duck hunting was proportionate to the objective of the activists.

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Levy v Victoria (1997) 146 ALR 248
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