The Supreme Court ruled decades ago that boycotts are constitutionally protected speech. But last summer, Kansas passed a law requiring all those who contract with the state to certify that they are not boycotting Israel.
The Supreme Court ruled decades ago that boycotts are constitutionally protected speech. But last summer, Kansas passed a law requiring all those who contract with the state to certify that they are not boycotting Israel. File photo
The Supreme Court ruled decades ago that boycotts are constitutionally protected speech. But last summer, Kansas passed a law requiring all those who contract with the state to certify that they are not boycotting Israel. File photo

No, Kansas, you can’t ban contractors from boycotting Israel

January 31, 2018 04:38 PM