Free to talk to teens

Free Speech | Appeals court upholds counselors’ freedom of speech
by Steve West
Posted 11/24/20, 04:45 pm

Two Florida counselors have successfully challenged local laws that blocked them from talking to teenagers about unwanted same-sex attraction or gender confusion.

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FIRE/Chris Maltby

Getting the speech ball rolling

Free Speech | Mississippi college revises restrictive speech code
by Steve West
Posted 11/24/20, 03:54 pm

Student Michael Brown will get to play ball after all. His Mississippi college on Thursday settled a lawsuit and agreed to revise its restrictive speech code and pay $40,000 for his attorney fees and damages.

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Liberty Counsel

Courthouse creche allowed

First Amendment | Court gives go-ahead to Indiana county’s Nativity scene
by Steve West
Posted 11/23/20, 01:44 pm

Jackson County, Ind., can enjoy its holiday cheer, at least for now. A federal appeals court on Thursday hit pause on a lower court order that found a Nativity scene in front of the county courthouse unconstitutionally promoted Christianity.

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