The Supreme Court Is Considering the Limits of Freedom of Speech in 3 Upcoming Cases

Source: Time

By TESSA BERENSON

February 26, 2018

Can government employees be required to pay union fees, even if they don’t belong to the union? Can you wear a “Don’t Tread on Me” T-shirt to a polling place? And do pro-life crisis pregnancy centers have to advertise that abortions are available elsewhere?

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Each of these questions is at the crux of a case the Supreme Court will hear in the coming weeks. And while the particular facts differ, each gets to a dispute over one of the fundamental rights in American society: freedom of speech, and specifically whether it includes the right to avoid compelled speech.

“Free speech isn’t free if the government can force you to say things you disagree with,” says Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director of the conservative Judicial Crisis Network.

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3 replies

  1. Islam guarantee to free speach.
    Allâh does not like that the evil word should be uttered in public except by him who has been wronged. And Allâh is Ever All¬Hearer, All¬Knower.Q. 4:(148)

    It is clear that even God does not like hate- speach, but God do not command to punish him or her.

    All❤️

  2. Reblogged this on Progressive Islam. and commented:
    Islam guarantee freedom of speech.
    QS 25:63. The (faithful) slaves of the Beneficent are they who walk upon the earth modestly, and when the foolish ones address them answer: Peace;

    Allâh does not like that the evil word should be uttered in public except by him who has been wronged. And Allâh is Ever All¬Hearer, All¬Knower.Q. 4:(148)

    There are 2 verses in Al Quran that indicate the freedom of speech. That make Islam is beautiful, peace and mercy.
    All❤️
    ILOVEMODRERNISLAM.

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