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Inquiries into alleged harassment didn’t violate 1st Amendment (access required)

The University of South Carolina didn’t violate student groups’ First Amendment rights by making inquiries into harassment allegations after a rally for “free speech,” the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Aug. 16. The appeals court unanimously upheld the South Carolina federal court’s opinion that, because the university approved the event and did not sanction ...