Via Campus Reform:
Free speech may soon be a luxury on the University of Kentucky’s campus after the school’s student government surveyed the university community on how much they’d like to restrict the First Amendment through free speech zones.
In an emailed survey to students, UK’s student government asked students to choose their preferred free speech policy for the university’s public campus.
Students could choose between a “single designated free speech zone in a specific location on campus,” or “multiple designated free speech zones in various locations across campus.” Students could also choose “no preference.”
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