January 25, 2019

WILL THIS TITLE IX CAMPUS CENSORSHIP CASE END UP IN THE SUPREME COURT? George Leef at the Martin Center suggests it might. The Fourth Circuit’s disastrous opinion in a case at the University of Mary Washington (a Virginia public institution) suggests that colleges might be required to censor the Internet under Title IX, which I think we can all agree was not what those who voted for that 1972 statute had in mind.

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