by Laurel Raymond Jun 1, 2016
“Our U.S. and Iowa state constitutions protect from precisely this sort of government overreaching and endorsement of a particular faith," says the ACLU
by Alice Ollstein May 31, 2016
Reporters who have tried covering Trump critically have been denied access, publicly ridiculed, doxxed, and threatened.
by Alan Pyke Apr 27, 2016
A prisoner whose insights helped dethrone an allegedly corrupt prison boss says prison officials are getting revenge.
by Alex Zielinski Apr 22, 2016
Weiler's understanding of the First Amendment appears to be the opposite of the actual meaning.
by Laurel Raymond Mar 14, 2016
"They can submit and do whatever those protesters want them to do, or they can fight back."
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 25, 2016
The reason lies with an obscure -- complex and highly debatable -- part of the law where computer code was ruled as a protected as speech.
by Lauren C. Williams Dec 10, 2015
"If you create a product that allows evil monsters to communicate in this way... that's a big problem."
by Ian Millhiser Nov 23, 2015
The law governing academic freedom is surprisingly vague and undefined.
by Carimah Townes Aug 12, 2015
Three journalists have been charged in three days.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 22, 2015
"If you share it, you're guilty," said Lee Rowland, ACLU senior staff attorney on speech and privacy.