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Attorneys for a Saginaw, Mich. fifth-grader who was ordered to refrain from distributing religious messages at school filed a petition to the U.S. Supreme Court Monday with hopes the court will reexamine a 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruling that said his middle school principal did not violate his First Amendment rights.
In another decision eroding the First Amendment
rights of students, a federal appeals court ruled against a middle-school
student who was told to refrain from handing out anti-abortion leaflets in his
A judge ruled Michigan State University officials must turn over select police files to its student newspaper after a three-year legal battle that might not be over.
A former Michigan Daily news editor has filed a lawsuit against the
University of Michigan's student newspaper, The Michigan Daily, the
University of Michigan, and three current and former Michigan Daily editors after being accused of plagiarism.
Student editors at Dexter High School's student
newspaper, The Squall, and their principal are defending their paper
against attacks from community members and parents who claim the paper is
printing content that is inappropriate for its school-age audience.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Board of Education
postponed its second reading of an updated publications policy that places
limits on student free expression, in order to review it further in
A Michigan circuit court has dismissed former gubernatorial candidate David Kniffen’s libel lawsuit against a University of Michigan student newspaper.
When professional journalists at The Macomb Daily wanted to cover former Lake Shore School District
substitute teacher Gary Kliebert’s arrest on child pornography charges, they
ran a prominent news story about it.
federal appeals court on Friday extended the censorship-friendly Hazelwood student expression standard to
public colleges and universities, while allowing a former counseling student’s
First Amendment lawsuit to go forward.
A Canadian hockey club filed suit against the University of Michigan’s student newspaper in an Ontario court Tuesday, following a story that alleged the team offered money to a UM-bound player.
A Michigan State University ordinance that was used to convict a law student for disrupting a parking enforcement employee has been struck down as unconstitutional by the state Supreme Court.
A Canadian hockey team has dropped its libel lawsuit against The Michigan Daily and its reporter after the paper issued a clarification and took down a story that accused the team of having offered money to a University of Michigan-bound player.
A proposed Michigan bill would amend the state’s Freedom of Information Act to limit fees and increase the consequences for delays in responding to requests.
A proposed bill would tighten Michigan law on bullying and cyberbullying but may be too broad, free speech experts say.
The Hastings Area School System has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a former student after the district would not release the names of expelled students in its board meeting minutes.
A recent graduate is contesting a judge’s recent decision to side with a Michigan school district in a lawsuit over a former student’s request for the names of expelled students, arguing that the school is hiding behind FERPA, a federal student privacy law.
Officials at Albion College halted publication of its student news organization, The Albion Pleiad, in response to complaints about a news article published last Friday.
On Monday, the editor of Albion College’s online student news organization got the news he’d been holding out on for more than a week: After a nine-day suspension imposed because of errors in an article about a student’s death, The Albion Pleiad could resume publication.
Students at Central Michigan University are sharing on Twitter their plans to destroy copies of the student newspaper, and in one case, someone posted a photograph of a paper being set on fire.
A state court of appeals ruled in January that the records and meetings of the Eastern Michigan University Foundation must be open to the public, overturning a lower court's decision.