5th Circuit upholds prison book censorship in Texas

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice did not violate the First Amendment when it rejected five books that Prison Legal News sought to distribute to various inmates throughout the state, a federal appeals court has ruled.
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Cheerleader’s silence not ‘disruptive’

Can a silent cheerleader disrupt school activities? Is there a legitimate educational reason to punish a student for refusing to cheer for her alleged attacker? These questions form the basis
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It’s elementary, children have First Amendment rights too

The First Amendment sets no age limit. Its text says that “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech.” It has no “adults only” modifier. It protects
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Robert Sindermann speaks out about famous Supreme Court case bearing his name

Robert Sindermann looks back with pride upon the seminal U.S. Supreme Court decision that bears his name. More than 30 years ago, Sindermann, a government professor at Odessa College in
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