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FIRE Lawsuit Charges Alabama School With Stifling Free Speech

November 7, 2005

By Jim Brown at Agape Press

Troy University in Alabama is being sued over policies that allegedly stifle free speech on campus. The lawsuit being coordinated by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) targets a speech code at the university -- a policy banning age- or religion-related jokes, "derogatory" comments about gender, gossip, and "insulting" or "suggestive" remarks... Download file "FIRE Lawsuit Charges Alabama School With Stifling Free Speech"

Schools: Troy University Cases: Troy University: Speech Code Litigation