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OK to be ‘annoyed’ in Arkansas: University backtracks on free speech restrictions

By July 19, 2013

by Bob Kellogg



The University of Central Arkansas did a quick about face on its speech code after an academic watchdog group pointed out it was unconstitutional.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, contacted the University of Central Arkansas about its policy which stated students could be punished for "annoying" speech...

Schools: University of Central Arkansas