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A federal judge has ruled against a policy in which students at North Carolina State University must obtain a permit before expressing themselves as a violation of the First Amendment.
All the justices had to do was right a 60-year wrong that made it illegal to exercise one’s First Amendment rights on the Supreme Court plaza. It shouldn’t have been a big deal.
One professor at the University of Florida, Jennifer Lee, banned the use of words like "husband," "wife," "mom," or "dad" in the classroom.