Author: David L. Hudson Jr.
Man loses defamation claim to TV station owing to substantial-truth doctrine
Supreme Court missed chance to protect off-campus, online political speech
Divided 11th Circuit panel strikes down Fla. bans on sex-orientation therapy for minors
Man blocked from mayor’s Facebook page can pursue First Amendment lawsuit
Federal judge refuses to dismiss Wis. students’ lawsuit alleging censorship of pro-gun clothing
Pa. school district seeks high court review of off-campus student social media case
Sheriff’s office deleted critical posts; 11th Circuit finds no First Amendment violation
2nd Circuit rejects college student’s First Amendment claim over deleted post
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