Massachusetts college changes speech policy so students can hand out copies of US Constitution
Attorneys with Alliance Defending Freedom and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education have secured policy changes from officials at Bunker Hill Community College that eliminate unconstitutional restrictions on free speech that the school used to halt students from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution. In addition, the Massachusetts Community College System, of which Bunker Hill is a part, has agreed to review policies with similar problems at several other of its campuses.
Daily Caller: Is UVA Breaking The Law By Rejecting Conservative Group On Campus?
The University of Virginia is breaking the law by prohibiting a conservative group from opening a chapter on its campus, the group alleged Friday.
YAF And ADF Demand Recognition Of Student Group Amid UVA Violations Of U.S. Constitution And State Law
Washington Examiner: College students lawyer up after recognition of conservative student group is denied at UVA
Students at the University of Virginia have put their administration on notice, giving them just five days to recognize their student group on campus after being denied the ability to operate on campus grounds because of their commitment to conservative beliefs.
Student group files suit against Arkansas State for limiting speech to 1% of campus
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday against Arkansas State University on behalf of the organizers of a student organization, Turning Point USA, to challenge the constitutionality of the ASU five-campus system’s restrictive speech policy. Among other things, the policy limits speech to roughly one percent of the Jonesboro campus.
The Stream: Students for Life and Free Speech: ‘The Only Permit We Need Is the First Amendment’
“The Constitution is the only permit we need to speak on campus.”
Pro-liberty student group sues UC-Berkeley for refusing to recognize them
ADF attorneys represent Young Americans for Liberty chapter
Ohio university sued after allegedly demanding ‘trigger warning’ on antiabortion display
A student group at an Ohio university sued the school Wednesday after administrators allegedly demanded it post a warning on an antiabortion display.
University officials in Ohio deem pro-life display harmful, impose unconstitutional trigger warning
ADF represents Students for Life at Miami U. of Ohio in new civil liberties lawsuit
Wisconsin university lets student government deny status, funding to conservative groups
ADF sends letter to University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point asking school to drop unconstitutional student group recognition and funding policies
Monday, November 20, 2017