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Over the last 30 years, federal courts have consistently ruled that restrictive speech codes and minuscule free speech zones on college campuses violate the First Amendment.
Over the last 30 years, federal courts have consistently ruled that restrictive speech codes and minuscule free speech zones on college campuses violate the First Amendment.
 
When Congress wrote the 1972 amendments to the Education Act, it meant to prevent colleges and universities that received federal money from discriminating against students based on sex.
When Congress wrote the 1972 amendments to the Education Act, it meant to prevent colleges and universities that received federal money from discriminating against students based on sex.
 
It is an honor to be here this evening with friends and supporters of the Martin Center, an organization on the front lines of the battle for education reform
It is an honor to be here this evening with friends and supporters of the Martin Center, an organization on the front lines of the battle for education reform
 
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
 
North Carolina universities have drastically improved First Amendment protections since 2010, a new report says
North Carolina universities have drastically improved First Amendment protections since 2010, a new report says
 
North Carolina just added a new layer of meaning to its motto, First in Flight. This time the state is the first in the nation to get campus free speech off the runway
North Carolina just added a new layer of meaning to its motto, First in Flight. This time the state is the first in the nation to get campus free speech off the runway
 
First, I want to express my gratitude to Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest and his staff, the General Assembly, and the people of the state for the passage of House Bill 527
First, I want to express my gratitude to Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest and his staff, the General Assembly, and the people of the state for the passage of House Bill 527
 
Campus free speech - a major topic of conversation in North Carolina - has federal lawmakers talking
Campus free speech - a major topic of conversation in North Carolina - has federal lawmakers talking
 
Universities have by and large rendered themselves unable to be policed-sometimes quite literally-and that has not gone unnoticed by the legislators who fund them
Universities have by and large rendered themselves unable to be policed-sometimes quite literally-and that has not gone unnoticed by the legislators who fund them
 
This year, lawmakers passed a controversial law protecting campus speech. Now it's up to the UNC Board of Governors to move things forward
This year, lawmakers passed a controversial law protecting campus speech. Now it's up to the UNC Board of Governors to move things forward
 
North Carolina has a new security detail to ensure public university campuses stay true to the First Amendment
North Carolina has a new security detail to ensure public university campuses stay true to the First Amendment
 
North Carolina lawmakers have given the green light to a bill protecting free speech at public universities
North Carolina lawmakers have given the green light to a bill protecting free speech at public universities
 
In their Atlantic article, “The Coddling of the American Mind,” Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukainoff identified a troubling development on American campuses
In their Atlantic article, “The Coddling of the American Mind,” Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukainoff identified a troubling development on American campuses
 
House members on April 26 passed House Bill 527, Restore/Preserve Campus Free Speech, but not without some partisan sparring over the necessity of the legislation
House members on April 26 passed House Bill 527, Restore/Preserve Campus Free Speech, but not without some partisan sparring over the necessity of the legislation
 
Student intolerance and opposition to free speech have been gaining momentum
 
Between the rise of safe spaces, trigger warnings, speaker disinvitations, and the often illiberal conduct of campus demonstrators over the past few years, it's clear that the core constitutional value of free speech is now under siege at our colleges and universities
Between the rise of safe spaces, trigger warnings, speaker disinvitations, and the often illiberal conduct of campus demonstrators over the past few years, it's clear that the core constitutional value of free speech is now under siege at our colleges and universities
 
Students are roaming college campuses once again, but many of them are missing out on the robust back-and-forth debate of controversial issues that has characterized higher education for centuries
Students are roaming college campuses once again, but many of them are missing out on the robust back-and-forth debate of controversial issues that has characterized higher education for centuries
 
Last month, PEN America, the U.S. branch of an international organization, published a strong defense of free speech on college campuses
Last month, PEN America, the U.S. branch of an international organization, published a strong defense of free speech on college campuses
 
Lt. Gov. Dan Forest will be turning his attention to a Campus Free Expression Act meant to protect free speech on UNC system campuses, strike down restrictive speech codes, and punish those who attempt to stifle public discourse.
Lt. Gov. Dan Forest will be turning his attention to a Campus Free Expression Act meant to protect free speech on UNC system campuses, strike down restrictive speech codes, and punish those who attempt to stifle public discourse.
 
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