Florida lawmakers want stronger college free speech rules amid First Amendment flareups

Tampa Bay Times by Claire McNeill December 13, 2017 Rising up in defiance to Richard Spencer, hundreds of University of Florida students sounded off in a deafening chant. “Go home, Spencer!” they shouted, as the exasperated white nationalist paced the
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First the city sank his house. Now, he’s at the Supreme Court over free speech case

Miami Herald by Monique O. Madan November 13, 2017 Nearly five years ago, Fane Lozman won a landmark case in the Supreme Court when the justices ruled that his houseboat was not a boat, but his floating home, and that
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Supreme Court To Hear Florida First Amendment Case

WJCT by Jim Saunders, News Service of Florida November 13, 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a First Amendment case stemming from the arrest of a frequent government critic as he spoke during a South
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Florida Man Back at Supreme Court With 1st Amendment Case

US News and World Report by Curt Anderson, AP November 13, 2017 The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to hear a First Amendment case brought by a Florida man who previously won a landmark ruling from the justices on whether his floating
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Beach adopts stricter meeting guidelines

Panama City News Herald by John Henderson June 8, 2017 The City Council on Thursday night approved new “rules of procedure” dictating public comment and recording policies at its meetings. The new rules, modeled after Bay County’s, were criticized by
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2016 World Press Freedom Index: Leaders Paranoid About Journalists – Reporters without Borders

Press Release Published April 20, 2016  2016 World Press Freedom Index: Leaders Paranoid About Journalists Most of the movement in the World Press Freedom Index unveiled today by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is indicative of a climate of fear and
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