Journalism students returning to North Dakota public schools this fall will be able to do their jobs at high school and college newspapers with stronger free-speech protections thanks to a new state law that observers are hoping will also spur changes nationwide.
The group “You Can Run But You Cannot Hide” has gained attention at the Minnesota State Fair over accusations that it’s a hate group.
Whatever the real reason the Vikings had for cutting punter Chris Kluwe, every employee and employer struggles with the line between at-work conduct and off-hour behavior. Can you be fired for what you say outside of work?
Prosecutors say a former Minnesota nurse convicted of going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves was not exercising his right to free speech.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday upheld the convictions of a former nurse who hunted for suicidal people in online chat rooms and encouraged two to kill themselves, saying his actions were not protected speech.
In our internet age it’s something we so take for granted — the open and easy access to both information and entertainment.
An attorney for a former nurse accused of going online and encouraging two people to kill themselves wants the Minnesota Court of Appeals to address a free speech issue.
WCCO Radio’s Steve Thomson will host Brian Grogan, Chair of Moss & Barnett’s Municipal Communications and Infrastructure Practice Areas, on the topic of “Indecency in the Media – When Is It Acceptable to Regulate Free Speech?”