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Study: 62 percent of universities have unconstitutional speech codes

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Three out of five universities in the country have speech codes that limit the First Amendment rights of students, according to a new study from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). FIRE surveyed 400 colleges in the United States and found that 62 percent “have policies on their books that restrict a substantial amount of speech,” FIRE’s Greg Lukianoff wrote over at...

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