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Free Speech Suit Targets Ohio University’s Student Code; Stems from Double Entendre on Shirts

July 2, 2014

By The Associated Press at The Republic

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A lawsuit challenging Ohio University's student conduct code alleges administrators violated constitutional free speech rights by telling students not to wear T-shirts bearing a sexually suggestive double entendre, though the school denies that officials made such comments...

Schools: Ohio University Cases: FIRE’s Stand Up For Speech Litigation Project Ohio University – Stand Up For Speech Lawsuit