A California bakery owner can refuse to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, and forcing her to comply with their requests violates her rights to free speech and free exercise of religion, a judge ruled this week.
The University of Colorado is considering changes to its speech codes to encourage students and staff to engage with potentially “wrong or insensitive” speech rather than suppress it.
A bill introduced Wednesday in the Nebraska state legislature would require the University of Nebraska Board of Regents to guarantee free speech on campus and institute regulations to that effect.
Over 90 percent of the America’s top colleges maintain policies regulating campus free speech, with one third employing severely restrictive policies, according to a study released Tuesday.
Two student clubs filed federal lawsuits this week against their respective universities, both alleging violations of First Amendment rights.
The number of journalists jailed around the world in relation to their work has hit a record high, according to a new report from an advocacy group.
Columbia University student protesters inveighed against the school’s policies protecting freedom of expression in a new video on the campus community’s views on free speech produced by the student newspaper.
The Washington, D.C. transit system rejected a Christmas ad for being too Christian, according to a lawsuit filed on Tuesday.
A seventh-grade student in Georgia was forced to change out of a “Fake News” t-shirt before a class trip to tour CNN’s headquarters.
Students at New York’s Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) have been hit with a disciplinary inquiry for holding a campus protest, prompting criticism from First Amendment advocates.