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FIRE in 'Wall Street Journal': 'Feds to Students: You Can't Say That'
The Wall Street Journal has given the lead op-ed space in today's issue to FIRE President Greg Lukianoff to discuss the disastrous and unconstitutional federal "blueprint" for campus speech codes set forth last week by the Departments of Justice and Education. In "Feds to Students: You Can't Say That," Greg points out that the rules would make nearly every student on campus a "harasser" by limiting speech about sex or gender issues to suit the sensibilities of the most easily offended student on campus.
Check out Greg's op-ed on The Wall Street Journal website or in your print edition today!
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