Colleges Wrestle Federal Laws in Order to Stay Politically Engaged

February 16, 2016

By Josh Logue at Inside Higher Ed

Two recent incidents at two very different places, Liberty University and Georgetown University Law Center, have resurrected a persistent issue for private, nonprofit colleges during election season. How far is too far when it comes to partisan political advocacy?

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Schools: Georgetown University Cases: Georgetown University Law Center: Students Prevented from Campaigning for Democratic Presidential Candidate Due to Ban on Partisan Political Speech