The Senate education committee held a hearing on the New Voices of Maryland bill, which would protect high school and college journalists from administrative censorship.
The University of Missouri Board of Curators voted Wednesday night to fire Click, an assistant professor of communication. She has the right to appeal her termination.
The Washington "New Voices" bill to protect student journalists from administrative censorship will not make it on the Senate floor this session.
Investigative journalist Barton Gellman, who interned at the SPLC almost 40 years ago, retold the story of his legal battle with his high school principal who tried to censor the student newspaper.
It's not yet clear if the adviser, who was fired in retaliation for the student newspaper's reporting, will accept the offer to return to the university.
The Daily Kansan is alleging that the Student Senate cut its funding in half in response to an editorial criticizing the student government.
The embattled professor, who is suspended from her job and undergoing an investigation by the university system's governing board, will complete 20 hours of community service with no jail time.
The Washington State Senate Majority Floor Leader sponsored the bill, which would protect student journalists at public schools and colleges.
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A Nebraska state senator has filed a bill to protect college journalists from administrative censorship, but unlike in other states' proposed legislation, high school journalists are not included.