Author: David L. Hudson Jr.
Ind. appeals court rejects First Amendment challenge to telephone-harassment law
Federal judge upholds school dress-code ban on gun images
6th Circuit, limiting Garcetti, strikes blow for academic freedom
Tinkers file brief supporting student punished for social media expression
Praying football coach loses First Amendment claims
Md. appeals court finds student did not utter true threat
Native American barred from graduation in traditional garb is denied First Amendment claim
Principal’s decision to censor student’s essay justified by Hazelwood, 4th Circuit rules
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