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Feds deny plan to implement mandatory college speech codes would violate Constitution

June 6, 2013

by Spencer Schredder

Campus Reform

 

Plans to impose a mandatory 47-page speech code on campuses across the country would not violate students’ First Amendment rights, officials at the Department of Education's (DOE) Office of Civil Rights (OCR) argued in private email last Wednesday...

Cases: Departments of Education and Justice: National “Blueprint” for Unconstitutional Speech Codes