CASEJoseph Hayon/Kingsborough Community College

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Administration and faculty members at Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn, N.Y., placed unconstitutional and restrictive requirements on a student's free speech rights. Twice Joseph Hayon, the president of KCC's Republican Club, attempted to book a room on campus in order to host a forum on same-sex marriage. but was forced to abide by a complicated set of restrictions and alterations to the school's policies.
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