Kansas justice chides state law school for 'closed' climate
December 2, 2022
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A member of Kansas' highest court has resigned in protest from a part-time teaching job at a state law school following what he says was an unsuccessful attempt by the university to pressure students into canceling an event featuring a leader of a group that opposes LGBTQ rights.
State Supreme Court Justice Caleb Stegall's protest last week came amid ongoing and often contentious national debates over free speech on college campuses, what's taught in college and in K-12 classrooms and what materials and programs libraries should provide. Stegall, perceived as the Kansa...