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State legislatures across the country are rushing to pass bills that include unconstitutional provisions that would limit teaching of sex and race. Read more


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Stanford's Constitutional Council ruled that the Undergraduate Senate was wrong to deny a funding request by the College Republicans for a Mike Pence event. Read more


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Jared Nally sued to vindicate his First Amendment rights after a university official silenced him. FIRE just filed an amicus brief with Supreme Court. Read more


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While colleges often fall short on their free speech promises, some fall very short, disciplining or discouraging even the most innocuous speech. Read more


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In a letter to Dartmouth College, FIRE demands answers after administrators unilaterally canceled an appearance by conservative journalist Andy Ngo. Read more


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Ferris State University history professor Barry Mehler filed a free speech lawsuit today in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan. Read more


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Today, Lora Burnett, a former Collin College history professor fired for tweets critical of the college administration and of former Vice President Mike Pence, accepted the college’s offer to pay $70,000 and attorneys’ fees, bringing her First Amendment lawsuit to an end. Read more


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Lawyer for faculty denied permission to testify calls decision ‘ringing endorsement of the critical importance of faculty free speech and academic freedom.’ Read more


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Save Ferris Prof. Mehler: With two clicks, send an email to call on administrators to rescind the suspension. Read more


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FIRE files amicus brief in support of Speech First after Virginia Tech tells students to 'see something, say something' about bias. Read more



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