Freedom of Speech and Religion Case Lives Thanks to Supreme Court $1 Decision

The Supreme Court allows a Georgia Gwinnett College student, Chike Uzuegbunam, to pursue his free speech and freedom of religion case against the school, even though he’s not seeking monetary damages, and the college has already cancelled its offending policy. The college stopped the student from preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ outside of its designated ‘free speech zones’. Lower courts ruled the case moot since the policy already changed. By a vote of 8-1, the Supreme Court said the principles still matter even if the damages sought amount to just $1.

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