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Ohio University is no longer banning political speech in its dorms in the final weeks leading up to November's presidential election.
"After a room inspection, they told her that she had to take it down or else face going to a disciplinary hearing, simply for having a poster on her door that criticized both President Obama and Governor Romney," Shibley details.
Burns posted the notice, an invitation for like—minded Bobcats to come to a meeting of the OU College Libertarians, in September. University officials say they had a policy, which Shibley was never able to find, that prohibited display of political posters until within 14 days of an election...
Schools: Ohio University