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by Jay Schalin
National Review Online
One of the problems of having a big, powerful bureaucracy is the potential for “legislation by regulation.” Now, the federal Departments of Education and Justice went one better than that, according to the senior VP of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Robert Shibley. In a Pope Center article, he writes that the federales “effectively repealed the First Amendment for college students and faculty members” in a ruling concerning a controversy over sexual assault at the University of Montana...