Justices to Decide If Public Colleges Face Consequences After Infringing Students’ Free Speech

GianCarlo Canaparo: The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Jan. 12 in Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski, a case that will decide whether public universities that infringe their students’ First Amendment right to free speech can be held accountable for it. The case was brought by Chike Uzuegbunam, who was a student at Georgia Gwinnett College from 2013…

Justices to Decide If Public Colleges Face Consequences After Infringing Students’ Free Speech — Schoolinfosystem.org

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