By Bob Kellogg at OneNewsNow
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education has dubbed a Florida school as having the "Speech Code of the Month" because of the school's outrageous restriction on free speech.
Florida A&M's Student Code of Conduct, among other things, forbids the "use of profanity" and the use of "insulting" language. FIRE's Samantha Harris says she's now finding an updated version of the policy on FAMU's website which is not blatantly unconstitutional...
Schools: Florida A&M University