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Southeastern Louisiana University: two hours of freedom of expression per week

Southeastern Louisiana University (Through Wikimedia Commons)

The university obtained a "red light" rating, the worst possible, from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.

S The University of Louisiana, a public school, allows its students to exercise their freedom of expression and free assembly rights for only two hours per week.

The rules that limit the speech of the university can be found in its University Policy on Public Speech, Assembly and Demonstrations:

"In accordance with the decisions of the Federal Court of the United States, the University has the right to regulate the time of the speech or assembly activities, a period of two (2) hours will be provided to people and / or organizations for these purposes in Southeastern, "the policy states. "Speech / assembly activities shall be limited to a time limit of two hours per seven-day period, beginning on Monday of each week."

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