- Press Freedom Reigns at University of Oregon
- From the President
- Victory for Religious Liberty at Milwaukee School of Engineering
- Muslim Students Association Wins Right to Religious Freedom
- In the Mail
- An Illiberal Left
- FIRE Changing the Culture: FIRE President Inverviewed on Fox News Channel
- FIRE in the News: U.S. News and World Report
- College Republicans Allowed to Hold Affirmative Action Protest
- From the Board of Directors: Lessons from Moscow-on-the-Charles: The Lawrence Summers Imbroglio
During this term, the nine Justices will hear at least four cases with profound First Amendment and free speech implications for all Americans.
FIRE filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to hear a case concerning whether a public university can restrict access to a public sidewalk on its campus.
FIRE is partnering with New Tolerance Campaign to rally students, alumni, and concerned citizens in support of a new pro-free speech president at Emerson.
Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression sued New York Attorney General Letitia James, challenging a new state law that forces websites and apps to address online speech that someone, somewhere finds humiliating or vilifying.