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Free-Speech Advocates Challenge E-Mail Policies at Grambling State

September 22, 2010

Grambling State University, in responding to criticism of an e-mail policy that, it says, does not even exist, has ended up provoking a much bigger controversy over the policies it acknowledges having on the books.

In denying complaints by free-speech advocacy groups that it had imposed unconstitutional restrictions on its students' use of its e-mail system for political speech, Grambling cited on Wednesday its policies governing the use of its e-mail system by its employees. The advocacy groups ended up objecting to those far more...

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