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Bill of Rights Institute Blogs the Constitutional Convention
Here's an interesting project that begins today:
This summer, the Bill of Rights Institute will be blogging the Philadelphia Convention of 1787.
Beginning ... May 25 - the date when enough delegates had arrived to give the Convention a quorum - the Bill of Rights Institute's "A More Perfect Blog" will give weekly accounts of the key actions and conversations of the Convention.
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Russian censorship laws should not dictate expression in the NHL
NHL teams have decided to entirely abandon Pride warm up jerseys from their programming out of fear of retaliation against their Russian players.
Pitt stands firm against pressure to cancel three conservative speakers invited by student groups
University of Pittsburgh students are pressuring administrators to cancel three upcoming events hosted by conservative student groups because they feature speakers the protestors consider “anti-trans.”
Stanford Law School dean makes powerful commitment to free expression after shout-down controversy
Jenny Martinez’s 10-page tour-de-force on free speech in higher ed addresses the backlash and paves a path forward. Time will tell if Stanford Law students will take it.