Report flags speech codes
December 21, 2007
by Eric Hoover
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Many colleges and universities maintain unconstitutional speech codes, according to a recent report
from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, echoing a report the group issued a year ago.
The group, known as FIRE, asserts that 75 percent of the 346 colleges it surveyed maintain policies that restrict speech protected under the First Amendment.
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