MORE ARTICLES FROM ‘Speech News’
Man who sent threatening, offensive messages to alderwoman and others fails to persuade court that they amounted to political speech.
State appeals panel says tenured first-grade teacher’s posting that she was a ‘warden for future criminals’ wasn’t protected by the First Amendment.
Vice president met yesterday with other representatives from the entertainment industry, including Comcast Corp. and the Motion Picture Association of America.
ACLU will defend Ohio man who seemed to applaud Connecticut school massacre on the day it occurred.
Sheriff ends distribution of local newspapers after inmate’s letter to the editor appears in weekly to which he subscribed.
Sherry Anderson had claimed she was fired for complaining about the lack of medical treatment to an inmate who later died, but judge says she spoke as an employee and not a private citizen.
Fines are among the largest ever for a presidential campaign and stem from a series of missing notices for nearly 1,200 contributions totaling nearly $1.9 million.
Anti-abortion group sought to stop the Federal Election Commission, Justice Department from enforcing fundraising and advertising regulations against it.
Pro-swastika group says school, which has since apologized, subjected a third-grader to ‘traumatic reprimand and racial bias counseling without parental approval.’
The Tennessean reports that federal judge agrees with arguments by Backpage.com that the law infringes on freedom of speech.
Administrators reverse decision to cancel upcoming high school production after copyright owners of ‘All Shook Up’ allow them to cut one of Presley’s songs and make scene changes.
ACLU official says home contractor’s libel lawsuit against Jane Perez will go forward, but ‘the court cannot suppress her speech in the meantime.’
Gary Harger says state may exclude otherwise qualified doctors and clinics from receiving state funding if they advocate for abortion rights.
KGO-TV reports girl’s verses included a line that said, ‘I know why he pulled the trigger.’
LaRue Ford was charged with contempt after county court clerk heard her use profanity while trying to take care of an old traffic ticket.