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‘(Bleep) Censorship’ posters not OK on Saginaw Valley State billboards, prompting legal challenge

By December 7, 2012

by Lindsay Knake



KOCHVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI — A Saginaw Valley State University student says the school is inhibiting his freedom of speech, but university officials say otherwise.

Daniel Chapman wants to put up a sign with a two-word slogan; the first word is an expletive and the second is “censorship.”

According to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a nonprofit organization Chapman contacted for help, he’s protesting a university policy that states the Student Life office must review and approve all materials posted throughout the university...

Schools: Saginaw Valley State University