Rumors of New Voices legislation's death in Indiana may have been exaggerated.
Student journalists in Nevada could soon see their right to a free press codified into state law if New Voices legislation maintains momentum through the state legislature.
The John Wall New Voices Act, the North Dakota law which gave rise to the New Voices movement, has been upgraded.
A bill to protect the free expression rights of student journalists died unexpectedly in the Indiana Senate today.
A number of students, advisers and advocates testified in support of a New Voices bill during a Washington House Judiciary Committee meeting Feb. 14.
The rights of Nevada’s student journalists could get a boost if a New Voices bill just filed in the state legislature can make it to the governor’s desk.
The Indiana Senate’s Education and Career Development Committee voted unanimously to pass an amended student press freedom bill on Wednesday.
Just under the wire for the deadline to file bills for the Texas state legislature, Senator José Rodríguez, D-El Paso, submitted a bill that would grant free speech protection to student journalists in public schools.
Missouri’s Walter Cronkite New Voices Act has successfully passed through the House of Representatives and is halfway home.
In a 10-1 bipartisan vote Monday, the Arizona House Education Committee advanced New Voices legislation that would grant student journalists in the state freedom from administrative censorship.