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Millennials want free speech -- unless it offends them

Millennials want free speech -- unless it offends them

Most millennials favor free speech on one hand, but on the other hand also say offensive or "hate" speech should be regulated. Can that be considered "free" speech at all? Allie Stuckey explains why the First Amendment necessarily protects almost all kinds of speech -- especially the kind that hurts your feelings.

The idea of free speech seems appealing to 92 percent of millennials -- until they're offended. Many believe offensive speech should be curtailed.

"The idea of what's hate and what's not is subjective," Allie said. "Freedom is dangerous."

To see more from Allie, visit her channel on TheBlaze.

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