Florida School On Hook in Vaginal Ultrasound Case

A federal judge ruled that a Florida college must face claims that it violated female students’ right to free speech and discriminated against them on the basis of sex by forcing them to undergo in-class vaginal ultrasounds for a sonography program.

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9th Circuit Revives Bison Observer’s Civil Rights Claims

Anthony Patrick Reed may one day get his day in court on behalf of Yellowstone National Park’s wild bison, after the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that a jury should have determined whether the volunteer for the Buffalo Field Campaign had his First and Fourth Amendment rights violated during a 2012 federal government hazing of bison back into Yellowstone National Park.

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Missouri Attorney General Calls Backpage.com’s Lawsuit Frivolous

Backpage.com has sued Missouri’s attorney general, claiming his demand for information about human trafficking on its website is unconstitutional — a lawsuit the attorney general quickly denounced as frivolous, saying, “there is no First Amendment right to engage in human trafficking.”

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