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FIRE submits comment to Department of Health and Human Services in anticipation of rulemaking on public health misinformation Read more


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Florida Dept of Health officials find that university administrators did not interfere with COVID-19 research or create barriers to prevent data sharing. Read more


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The Yale Community Compact deputizes students to serve as anonymous reporters enforcing campus COVID-19 restrictions and violates due process principles. Read more


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Devin Santiago-Vergara and Travis Haskin worked together to established a Student Advocate’s Office at University of California at Davis. Read more


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After pushback from FIRE, MIT changes mask policy that prohibited faculty, students, and staff from asking others to wear face coverings on campus. Read more


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After two months of conflict over the Stanford College Republicans’ invitation to Pence, he appeared on Stanford University’s campus the evening of Feb. 17. Read more


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FIRE calls on University of Dayton to reaffirm its commitment to protect freedom of expression after disinviting Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng to speak. 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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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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Save Ferris Prof. Mehler: With two clicks, send an email to call on administrators to rescind the suspension. Read more



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