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Can Free Speech Be Confined To A Certain Place

By July 16, 2012

Indiana University Southeast has a "free speech" policy that they say helps to regulate speakers who want to come to campus and express views.  According to Fox News, "US's code also requires university approval for acts of ‘expressed opinions' by submitting an application at least five days in advance."  The policy has been in place since 2004...