The Supreme Court's most recent decision favored a pair of Christian students who criticized their university for limiting the when, where, and how they could talk about their religion and disseminate materials on campus. Chief Justice John Roberts was the only dissenter.
SCOTUSblog shared tweets on Monday, March 8, "SCOTUS rules in favor of former student at public Georgia college who sued for 'nominal damages' after he was stopped from speaking. Court holds 8-1 (Roberts is sole dissenter) that nominal damages claims are enough to establish standing to sue for constitutional violation."
The case is Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski.