FREE SPEECH


Missouri AG Hawley: Backpage Lawsuit 'Frivolous,' No First Amendment Right To Human Trafficking

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley has been investigating the classified-ad website Backpage.com as part of a crackdown on human trafficking.

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First Amendment is too critical to be watered down

First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech are virtually bulletproof, the courts have ruled for many years.

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The Right to Non-Offensive Speech: Reinterpreting the First Amendment

The “right to non-offensive speech” took center stage at two recent Newseum and Washington Post events on campus speech.

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U.S. Court of Appeals sides with First Amendment right to video-record police

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of journalists and ordinary bystanders video recording police.

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Another Day, Another College Ignoring the First Amendment

To whom it may concern: Please update your university policies to comply with the Constitution of the United States.

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Facebook Is Fighting a U.S. Gag Order That It Says Chills Free Speech

Facebook is challenging a gag order from a U.S. court that is preventing the company from talking about three government search warrants that it said pose a threat to freedom of speech, according to court documents.

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What Happened to the First Amendment?

Our First Amendment right to free speech is under assault on many college and university campuses around the country.

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GOP Moves to Restore Free Speech for Pastors

Congressional Republicans have moved to stop the IRS from enforcing a rule that prevents pastors or churches from endorsing political candidates.

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Senator Feinstein Thinks It’s Acceptable for Violent Mobs to Control Speech

During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing earlier this week, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) said that it was okay...

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Coach Fights in Court to Pray Silently on the Field

A high school coach in Washington is fighting in federal court for the right to pray silently by himself for 30 seconds at the end of each football game.

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