Going To Pot: Judge Says Students Can Sue President For T-Shirt Censorship

January 8, 2015

By Greg Piper at The College Fix

When I was a technology law reporter, I covered quite a bit of litigation involving the clash of intellectual property law and the First Amendment. It involved stuff like file-sharing websites (how quaint!) and Google search ads.

That’s why I’m amused to see how a judge handles claims that a pro-marijuana T-shirt can be considered “government speech.”

Iowa State University marijuana activists passed their first legal hurdle this week in forcing the school to let them wear pro-pot T-shirts that include a school logo...

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