No ‘Hate Speech’ Exception to Free Speech, Supreme Court Rules Unanimously

June 19, 2017
The U.S. Supreme Court voted 8-0 on Monday to reaffirm that hate speech is still free speech.

The case before the justices concerned a trademark registration application for a band called The Slants. The trademark office deemed the term offensive …

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