Judge Will Consider ISU’s Motion To Dismiss Marijuana T-Shirts Lawsuit

November 12, 2014

By Melissa Erickson at Ames Tribune

Iowa State University’s trademarks are the school’s property, and their use suggests ISU endorses a particular message, the university is arguing in their attempt to have a lawsuit filed by a marijuana advocacy student group dismissed.

Arguments on the university’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by members of the ISU chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law, or NORML, will be heard next week before the chief justice of the District Court for the Southern District of Iowa...

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