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Robert on the Proposed 'Tyler Clementi Act' in 'Pajamas Media'
FIRE Senior Vice President Robert Shibley's latest article for Pajamas Media discusses the free speech problems with the proposed "Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act," about which FIRE has sounded the alarm previously. In his column, Robert asserts that "the 'Tyler Clementi Act,' as written, will add Americans’ First Amendment rights to the list of victims of the Clementi tragedy." Click here to read the whole column, and please feel free to comment on it on the Pajamas Media site if you're interested in doing so.
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