CASECollege Republicans of SIUE v. Dunn

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Southern Illinois University officials restricted student expression on the university’s Edwardsville campus to a tiny speech zone that made up less than .0013 percent of campus. In addition, all student organizations had to obtain permission in advance to use the speech zone, and university policies left approval of who can use the zone and what types of literature can be distributed on campus up to the free discretion of campus officials.
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Trial Court
Stipulation of dismissal Feb 02 2018
Trial Court
Complaint Oct 25 2017

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