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

Monday, 19 June 2017  (3 days ago)
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 …

Related Videos


Wochit News -   ▶  00:45

Advertisement

Recent related news

Advertisement
The U. S. Supreme Court on Monday handed a victory to former President George W. Bush's attorney general, FBI chief and others, ruling they cannot be sued over...
3 days ago • DNA
Will the U.S. Eastern District of Texas lose its attraction for patent infringement lawsuits? That’s the question Texas law firms have been digesting after a...
2 days ago • bizjournals
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday sided with a convicted murderer in Alabama who argued that he was entitled to an expert independent from...
3 days ago • Reuters
*By The Canadian Press* OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an appeal in a case involving an Alberta worker who was fired by a mining...
1 week ago • CJME
In Kokesh v. Securities and Exchange Commission ("Kokesh"), the Supreme Court held that a five-year statute of limitations applies to claims for the disgorgement...
1 week ago • Mondaq

You might like