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After being denied the right to cover racial justice protests last year, Alexis Johnson's discrimination lawsuit against her former employer moves forward.
Remember the First Amendment? Well, some people don’t want free speech to apply to NFL players, especially Rep. Milo Smith, a Republican from Indiana. He is proposing new legislation that will require the Indianapolis Colts to refund fans if a player kneels during a game. Smith said, “To me when they take a knee during […]
After two and a half months and nine hours of testimony, history teacher Lee Francis learns his fate.
Lee Francis, a high school history teacher in Fayetteville, North Carolina, was suspended in September for stepping on the American flag during a lesson about First Amendment rights.
A North Carolina history teacher was suspended, could be fired, and faces the threat of losing his teacher's license for a lesson on freedom of speech.
Occupy Wall Street protesters claim that New York Police Department officers violated their constitutional rights.
A woman’s First Amendment rights may have been violated last week when a U.S. Marshal allegedly destroyed her recording device while she was filming an arrest, the Huffington Post reports. Officials are now looking into the April 19 incident, during which a woman recorded several officers in South Gate, California. The officers arrived to the area in response to a call about […]
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