Cal Poly Pomona must now pay a costly settlement after a student sued the school over being told he could not hand out pamphlets without a permit.
A local man is taking on the city of Inglewood in a vocal way as the city remains involved in a bitter legal battle with a number of its own citizens. The mayor of Inglewood is one of the key figures in the dispute, as the citizens and their attorneys say that this is an issue of free speech.
A student who claims his right to free expression was violated has sued Citrus College in Southern California, one of four schools around the nation targeted by a free-speech group.
The City Council has approved a resolution calling on local TV and radio stations to limit any “racist” and “sexist” comments on their broadcasts.
Lawmakers are closer to becoming the first city council in the U.S. to condemn certain types of speech on public airwaves.
A class on the First Amendment is being offered to “Occupy LA” protesters who were arrested on minor offenses.
The California Supreme Court ruled last week that a verbal threat is not protected by free speech if a reasonable listener concludes the threat was made in earnest.
Should the state decide whether a husband can bad-mouth his ex-wife on the Internet?
The bill SB 888 requires groups like the Westboro Baptist church to stay 1,000 feet from a burial site, mortuary or place of worship.
The ruling vindicates a 68-year-old Vietnam vet who has protested the VA’s land-use policies every Sunday since 2008, along with other veterans.
UCLA says it will not discipline a student who posted a web video tirade against Asian colleagues because her conduct was an exercise of free speech, not hate speech.