Hope everyone had a restful weekend! Check out the latest First Amendment news!
U.S. District Judge Thomas McAvoy ruled Tuesday that the NRA’s suit against New York can continue on First Amendment grounds.
Lake Norman Charter will not hold graduation at Park Church, where it has been held for the last several years, after letter from Americans United for Separation of Church and State says it violates First Amendment
A Nazi flag featuring a swastika flew outside a Fruita home for hours on Election Day, but police said they could not do anything about the flag because its use is protected by the First Amendment
A former Oberlin College professor, Joilynn Karega-Mason, was fired after her anti-Semitic online posts drew international criticism sued the liberal-arts college Friday, alleging that officials there discriminated against her and concocted a plot to oust her from her job.
A veteran First Amendment lawyer, Floyd Abrams, says that CNN should sue the White House for revoking press access from reporter Jim Acosta.
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