The legislation would extend the deadline for Georgia colleges' athletic departments to respond to public records requests from 3 days to 90.
A Michigan Senate committee unanimously passed New Voices legislation that would protect student journalists’ free speech rights in the Great Lakes State. Before voting 5-0 on Senate Bill 848 on Tuesday, state senators on the Committee on Judiciary heard testimony in support of New Voices legislation that would protect student journalists’ right to free speech and of… Continue reading Michigan student press freedom bill clears committee vote, heads to Senate floor
A Michigan Senate committee voted 5-0 to pass an anti-censorship bill that would protect high school and college journalists. The bill now advances to the Senate floor.
A new Wyoming law says that emails of students in public schools and colleges — even those in the student government — are not public record and are exempt from disclosure.
KnightNews.com filed an emergency complaint for a temporary injunction to require the University of Central Florida to open the student government Election Commission hearings to the public.
The Daily Evergreen printed two full-page ads in support of a referendum that asked students to establish a $4 fee that would have supported student media.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp spoke on the Senate floor Thursday in support of student free speech rights and New Voices legislation, which was passed by her home state of North Dakota in April.
A high school sophomore led the push for anti-censorship legislation in Rhode Island.
The judge ruled that George Mason's student conduct policy was overbroad and would allow the university to punish students for speech that is offensive or disagreeable.
About 4,500 copies of the student newspaper — an estimated value between $3,000 and $4,500 — went missing after the newspaper published a correction regarding a fraternity and accusations of sexual assault.