Freedom of Speech

Can Brennan make a First Amendment case? Yes, to ‘us’

Speech Religion Newseum

Our freedom of speech is most protected when we chose to speak out on matters of public concern.
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Navigating Free Speech on Campus: A Matter of Clarity and Consistency

Freedom of Speech

If a public institution dedicated to the sharing of knowledge and ideas is the wrong place for controversial thoughts, what is the appropriate venue?
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Free Speech Isn’t Always Valuable. That’s Not the Point.

Speech Religion Newseum

We shouldn’t think about free expression in terms of value. What’s important is that free expression rights are indivisible.
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Paul Robert Cohen and “his” Famous Free-Speech Case

Paul Robert Cohen’s last name appears in one of the most important First Amendment free-speech cases in modern American history – in which a sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court strengthened free speech by protecting the right to engage in offensive expression.
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Judge rules Mo. library violated First Amendment by blocking minority religion content

ST. LOUIS — A federal judge has ordered a small library in southern Missouri to stop blocking access to websites related to Wicca and other minority religions, calling it a violation of patrons’ First Amendment rights.
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Student newspaper suspends publication in protest

The University of New Mexico student newspaper is suspending print publication to protest Central New Mexico Community College’s decision to temporarily pull the plug on its weekly student newspaper.
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ACLU says Pennsylvania school blocked info on gays

The ACLU on Wednesday accused an eastern Pennsylvania school district of blocking Internet content about gays.
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Florida Supreme Court loosens lawyers’ advertising rules

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A divided Florida Supreme Court yesterday loosened regulations on advertising by lawyers but also extended those rules to websites and other information.
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