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State of the First Amendment survey finds majorities support same-sex health benefits and requiring wedding businesses to serve gay couples, religious beliefs notwithstanding.
Although this year’s State of the First Amendment survey shows some disturbing results, it also indicates more Americans back free expression in areas of society that have not always enjoyed popular support.
It’s encouraging that 2014 State of the First Amendment survey shows most people say high school students should have same freedom to exercise their first freedoms as adults do.
State of the First Amendment survey showing 47% of Americans saying free speech is most important right is reassuring affirmation of how crucial speaking your mind is in a democracy.
State of the First Amendment survey showing steep rise in number of people saying First Amendment goes too far is cause for concern for the freedoms that make us who we are.
Just 13% of respondents in 2012 survey say the First Amendment ‘goes too far in the rights it guarantees,’ the lowest figure ever on that question.
Performers have the right to sing lyrics others might find offensive, 67% of respondents say in latest State of the First Amendment survey … here are some thoughts on why.
State of the First Amendment survey shows 67% of respondents agree the First Amendment prohibits government entanglement with religion — and there’s good religious-freedom news on the international front, too.