University Attempts To Regulate Free Speech Wall, Gets Sued

March 12, 2015

By Taylor Grenawalt at Campus Reform

Students at Utah's Dixie State University have filed a lawsuit against the university for attempting to regulate their free speech.

The Young Americans for Liberty organization at Dixie State attempted to organize a free speech wall with the use of promotional flyers. The flyers characterized presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, along with Communist revolutionary leader Che Guevara, in a satirical manner that the university did not approve of. According to the school, policy prohibits students from mocking individuals and all promotional flyers must be "in good taste...

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