This bill would restrict a university's ability to adopt overly broad or vague harassment codes that could be used to punish constitutionally protected speech.
Utah is helping lead the way in reforming how free speech is treated on taxpayer-funded college campuses.
Just because a local government disagrees with you doesn't give it the power to impede your free speech rights. This bill makes this abundantly clear and reinforces the constitutional rights of any U.S. citizen.
Your right to exercise speech, especially on property you help pay for, is too important to leave to the uninformed discretion of local government officials.
Last November, along with the Utah Taxpayers Association, we sued the state seeking to overturn a clearly unconstitutional law requiring disclosure of information about our donors. Today, due to the great work of attorneys from...
This bill was not considered by the legislature. Libertas Institute supports this bill. “Free speech zones” on college campuses have restricted the free speech rights of students and other peaceful protesters whose...
The national media is now shining the spotlight on a restrictive Brigham City ordinance requiring a permit for political speech, and requiring permit holders to exercise their individual right within a specially marked...
KSL reported last night that Ogden city officials are responding to violence at kids’ sporting events by proposing that profanity be outlawed. To justify this component of the ever-increasing nanny state in Utah, Ogden...