Once speech can be limited in such subjective ways, more and more expression will be included in what is forbidden
Emory Law School’s Student Bar Association recently refused to recognize a free speech debate group because open discussions may spark “harm” and potentially “give rise to a precarious environment.”
As an alumnus of Emory Law, the decision was especially disappointing — but not surprising — and thankfully, overturned.
Stone Washington is the Savas Collegiate Associate at the Manhattan Institute
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