Happy Monday!! Here is your latest First Amendment news!! Don’t forget to check out the publication of our fall issue at https://firstamendmentlawreview.org/volume-17/
The Newseum’s 74-foot-tall, 50-ton marble First Amendment tablet will be coming down and accompanying the museum to a new location.
One man’s attempt to get his last name on his license plate has ignited the debate over whether the First Amendment protects profanity license plates.
A federal judge has rejected the U.S. government’s unprecedented effort to gain control of the prized patches that adorn the vests worn by the notorious Mongols motorcycle club, ruling that seizing the outlaw organization’s trademarks would be unconstitutional.
Supreme Court justices seem unlikely to extend First Amendment protections to users of social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
The Patagonia, Arizona, mayor and town council publicly apologized to Selinsgrove 12-year-old Hilde Lysiak for a “first amendment rights violation” against her by a town marshal.
The 40 foot tall World War I memorial cross that sits in Bladensburg, Md., just outside Washington, D.C., has become the center of the debate over separation of church and state.