A SMALL VICTORY: Arizona drops charges against ASU student arrested for handing out Constitution. “All witnesses who testified to Tizon’s actions confirmed that the table did not block pedestrians nor interfere with other groups, his attorneys had argued, adding university officials disregarded their own policy, unlawfully restricting Tizon’s freedom of expression.” 'Now punish the people responsible.' 'In 2016, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed two free speech bills prohibiting colleges and universities from restricting students to tiny speech spaces or “free speech zones.”' They shouldn't have required an Act, that should be the default. 'In addition, the act requires that any restrictions on the nature of speech must be “necessary to achieve a compelling governmental interest” and “the least restrictive means to further that compelling government interest.”' Again, as it should be. '“Arizona State has used its speech and assembly restrictions to harass activists such as Tim for years,” JP Kirby, director of student rights at YAL, said in a statement.' Please discuss how it is that people like this remain in power. “We expect ASU to change its policies to make clear that all students can exercise their free-speech rights without fear of being arrested or charged with a crime,” Huebert told The Fix. Huebert and the Liberty Justice Center is doing good work here. God bless them.