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Free speech alive, well at county colleges

By January 22, 2007

Free speech is alive and well on college campuses.

Well, at most campuses anyway, depending on who you ask.

The issue of universities trying to move speech away from certain areas of the campus is not entirely new.

Many colleges and universities have resorted to limiting student protests and demonstrations to certain select areas of the campus—called free-speech zones, which are described as content-neutral time, place and manner restrictions on all expression... Download file "Free speech alive, well at county colleges CLC, LFC don"