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Sam Houston State University's social media policy that drew heated criticism from a national free-speech organization and student groups has been nixed by campus officials.
Administrators on the 17,000-student public campus in Huntsville, Texas, said they would scrap the Social Media Policy and Procedure Manual that was protested by disparate campus political groups, opting instead to create a new set of rules from scratch...
Schools: Sam Houston State University