Florida law requiring students and employees at Florida’s public colleges and universities to complete voluntary surveys about their political leanings and the political climate on campuses goes into effect.
College dean draws ire of some for tweets calling out “the Right.”
Phylicia Rashad tweeted support for Bill Cosby following the overturning of his conviction for sexual assault, leading to a backlash.
A member of Houston Community College’s Board of Trustees sued the Board, alleging violations of his First Amendment rights.
Crystal Dixon sent a letter to the editor of a local newspaper, expressing the opinion that homosexuality is a violation of God’s divine order. As a result, she was ultimately terminated from her job at the University of Toledo. She filed a suit against the University of Toledo alleging that the University violated her First and Fourteenth Amendment rights.
Student in counseling program was required to participate in mandatory remedial courses after she stated that she would express anti-homosexual views to students who came to her for counseling.
Christian student organization sued Hastings College of Law claiming that the College’s non-discrimination policy violated the First Amendment Rights of its members.