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LA college district abolishes free speech zones as part of lawsuit settlement

By Perry Chiaramonte

A Los Angeles college student who sued his school for allegedly curbing his right to free speech after preventing him from passing out copies of the U.S. Constitution was vindicated in a court of law this week. The Los Angeles Community College District agreed on Wednesday to settle a lawsuit filed against them last year by  student Kevin Shaw after he was barred from passing out copies of the document because he wasn’t in the school’s designated “free speech zone,” which measured 616 square feet or about the size of three parking spaces.

β€˜β€˜I Am the β€˜Good Guy With a Gun’’’: Black Gun Owners Reject Stereotypes, Demand Respect

By LELA MOORE

After recent incidents in which police officers shot black men who tried to stop a shooting, African-American gun owners told us how they navigate being wrongly perceived as a threat.

WikiLeaks requests dismissal of DNC lawsuit, citing First Amendment rights: reports

By Amy Lieu

Lawyers for WikiLeaks asked a federal judge on Friday to dismiss a Democratic National Committee lawsuit over the anti-secrecy group's publication of party data during the 2016 presidential election, citing its constitutional rights, reports said. 

WikiLeaks requests dismissal of DNC lawsuit, citing First Amendment rights: reports

By Amy Lieu

Lawyers for WikiLeaks asked a federal judge on Friday to dismiss a Democratic National Committee lawsuit over the anti-secrecy group's publication of party data during the 2016 presidential election, citing its constitutional rights, reports said. 

Satanic Temple statue joins holiday display in Illinois Capitol

By Kathleen Joyce

Just in time for the Christmas season, a local chapter of the Satanic Temple has been granted permission to place a statue in the Illinois Capitol -- alongside holiday displays of a Nativity scene and a menorah.

Irish Lawmakers Vote to Allow Abortion, Part of Landmark Liberal Shift

By ED O’LOUGHLIN

The vote in the Parliament’s lower house came seven months after voters repealed a constitutional ban on abortion. The upper house is expected to vote soon.

UC Berkeley will pay $70G to conservative group to settle free speech lawsuit

By Lauren Cooley

After more than a year of litigation, the University of California, Berkeley, has settled a lawsuit with the Young Americas Foundation and the UC Berkeley College Republicans.

Michigan woman headed for church shoots, kills home intruder

By Travis Fedschun

Three Michigan women whose departure for church Sunday was interrupted by a home invader fought back against their assailant, with one of the women reportedly opening fire on the would-be thief and killing him.

Sanctuary city for gun rights? Washington state city mulls law to protect 2nd Amendment

By Dan Springer

In the small town of Republic, near the Canadian border in Washington state, the police chief drafted an ordinance that would make it a gun rights sanctuary city.

Sanctuary city for gun rights? Washington state city mulls law to protect 2nd Amendment

By Dan Springer

In the small town of Republic, near the Canadian border in Washington state, the police chief drafted an ordinance that would make it a gun rights sanctuary city.

Dem wanting social media scrutiny for gun-license applicants has violent, tax-delinquent past: reports

By Bradford Betz

Be careful what you tweet, if you hope to someday lawfully own a firearm in New York state. A Democratic state lawmaker from Brooklyn has submitted a bill calling for all gun-license applicants to let the government review their social media posts going back three years and their internet searches going back one year.

Dem wanting social media scrutiny for gun-license applicants has violent, tax-delinquent past: reports

By Bradford Betz

Be careful what you tweet, if you hope to someday lawfully own a firearm in New York state. A Democratic state lawmaker from Brooklyn has submitted a bill calling for all gun-license applicants to let the government review their social media posts going back three years and their internet searches going back one year.

South Dakotans may soon be able to carry concealed handguns without a permit

After years of unsuccessful attempts, supporters of legislation that would allow people to carry concealed handguns without a permit in South Dakota anticipate revived prospects once GOP Gov.-elect Kristi Noem takes office in January.

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