Confederate Monuments

Federal Appeals Rejects Free-Speech Challenge to Relocation of Confederate Monument, Rules It is Government Speech

Confederate heritage supporters who sued the city of Lakeland, Florida for removing a Confederate monument, lost their free-speech challenge because a federal appeals court ruled that the monuments are a form of government speech, and as such, are immune from First Amendment review. 

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Robert E. Lee statue

Confederate Statues In Charlottesville Continue to Divide

The debate over the removal of Confederate statues has loomed large over the past five years, met with protests, violence and now a question by the President over whether history is being rewritten.

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