At Long Last, Michigan College Admits It Was Wrong to Arrest People Handing out the Constitution:
"On September 20, 2016, well over a year ago, Kellogg Community College in Michigan arrested three people for handing out copies of the Constitution on campus.
Yes, you read that right…the Constitution, the very document that protects free speech. It’s amazing this even made it to court.
But it did make it to court, where the Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys with the Center for Academic Freedom presented arguments on behalf of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) – the group that was handing out the copies of the Constitution and asking those that passed by if they “like freedom and liberty.” "