Students’ Right to Free Speech: Attorney Weighs In on Illinois College Censorship Case

An Illinois college was forced to pay $80,000 and have at least 3 of its professors undergo First Amendment training after issuing a conservative student with “no-contact orders” when she expressed her political views. NTD’s Daniel Monaghan spoke with attorney Logan Spena from the Alliance Defending Freedom organization about securing students’ First Amendment rights on American campuses.

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