First Amendment watchdogs say a Republican bill that would require University of Wisconsin System officials to punish students and employees who interrupt speeches could help address what they see as growing hostility to opposing ideas among some on college campuses. People are fighting back saying they should be able to criticize and speaker or any idea they want.
The author states there is no hate speech exception in the first amendment. In the article it also says there are some kind of speech that are unprotected by the first amendment. This is true for things such as threats.
White house chief of staff said that the trump administration has looked at a constitutional amendment to free speech protections. He also spoke on trumps comment on The New York Times. Reince Priebus stated that what Trump wants is blocked.
The article describes the differences between what a violation of the first amendment is and what is not. One of the points that it brings up is when a social media platform bands you for something you say. It also speaks about things that do go against the first amendment like if you get arrested for speaking against the government.