Law against ridicule is ridiculed but repeal unlikely – Danbury News-Times

02/22/2020 – By Liz Teitz

When two University of Connecticut students were charged this fall with violating a century-old state law against ridiculing people, opposition came quickly from critics in the state and around the country, including free speech advocates and academics who said the law violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. (Read More)

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