Tag:Free Speech

Drag Bans Are Sweeping the Nation

Over the past year, bans have been implemented raising a larger discussion over whether or not drag performance is harmful to children.

Concerns Grow Over Freedom of Expression On Campuses Across Nation

Freedom of expression concerns are continually growing on the nation's college campuses according to recent reports.

Court Opinion: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for Jan. 25

The 10th Circuit affirmed a district court's ruling about an ordinance that prohibits the obstruction of streets and sidewalks.

Colorado Supreme Court Finds Phrase in Harassment Law Unconstitutional

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday found that a portion of the state's harassment statute is unconstitutionally overbroad.

SCOTUS Grants Cert to Colorado Web Designer’s First Amendment Appeal of the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act

The appeal brought by a website designer asks the court to settle unanswered questions from another Colorado case, Masterpiece Cakeshop.

Colorado Springs Mayor’s Comments Don’t Infringe Hate Group Rights; 10th Circuit Sides with Lower Court in Controversial Contract Cancellation

A panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the lower courts in finding that statements from the Colorado Springs mayor didn’t infringe on a so-called hate group’s rights under the constitution.