N. Texans Split On Supreme Court Decision On Baker Who Wouldn't Make Cake For Same-Sex WeddingThe 7-2 ruling written by Justice Anthony Kennedy found the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the courts there violated Jack Phillips' Constitutional right to a neutral consideration and expressed hostility against his religious beliefs.
Texas Appeals Court Says 'Revenge Porn' Law Is UnconstitutionalA Texas appeals court has ruled unconstitutional a state law that punishes those who post intimate images from previous or current relationships online without consent.
Removal Of Robert E. Lee Statue HaltedA temporary restraining order was granted late Wednesday afternoon.
Free Speech Controversy At SMU Makes National HeadlinesThe uproar began when SMU told the Young America's Foundation that its yearly display of flags honoring September 11th victims will no longer allowed to be set up at the Dallas Hall lawn as in past years.
Free Speech Clash: Justices Considering Offensive TrademarksAn Asian-American rock band has spent years locked in a First Amendment battle with the government, which refuses to register a trademark for the band's name because it's considered offensive.
Small Texas Town Comes Under Fire For Cross In Public ParkA small West Texas city is coming under scrutiny by the Freedom from Religion Foundation for a cross that sits in a public park.
Adult Expo Promoters Fighting To Bring Event To Dallas In 2017The promoters of an adult expo have sharpened their arguments and have again asked the court to let their show into the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
Couple Prevails In Court After Being Sued For Online ReviewA lawsuit was dismissed today against a couple who wrote a negative Yelp review about a pet services company.
Federal Judge To Decide Whether To Allow Sex Expo In DallasA federal judge will decide if Dallas must allow organizers of a sex exposition to again rent the city-owned convention center for an event.
Yelp Review Lands Couple In CourtA Plano couple says their truthful review of a pet sitting service landed them in court and could cost them more than $6,500.
Texas AG: Police Religious Motto Are ConstitutionalTexas' attorney general has issued an opinion stating that a police department's displaying "In God We Trust" on its patrol vehicles is protected by the First Amendment.