KOMMONSENTSJANE – University Of Michigan Caves After DOJ Calls Speech Policies ‘Unconstitutional’. Reclaim Our Republic.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

These colleges should be heavily fined when they are caught violating the Constitution which covers free speech. They have been too heavy handed for too many years.

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Reclaim Our Republic

By Grace Gottschling

After repeatedly insisting that a First Amendment lawsuit endorsed by the federal government was based on “mistaken premises,” the University of Michigan has revised its speech policies.

As Campus Reform originally reported, the free speech advocacy group Speech First filed a lawsuit against UM in May alleging that the university’s policies on harassment, bullying, and bias were “highly subjective” and unconstitutionally broad, to the point that they could cause students to censor themselves for fear of violating the obscure policies.

The lawsuit also objects to a provision in the school’s disciplinary code that imposes harsher penalties for “unwanted negative attention” that administrators deem to be motivated by “bias,” but UM countered with a court filing declaring that the lawsuit “mischaracterized” its actual policies.

The U.S. Department of Justice subsequently weighed in with a statement of interest agreeing with Speech First’s interpretation of the…

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