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In “The Supreme Court, 9-0, on student organizations’ ‘freedom to express the thought that we hate,’” UCLA Law Prof. Eugene Volokh offers a perspective on students, free speech, and campus organizations.  The Court “made clear that, while reasonable and viewpoint-neutral restrictions on student group membership policies are constitutional, viewpoint-based restrictions on student group speech are unconstitutional.”  (Some may respond that the Court sustains speech and advocacy but not the reasonable and constitutionally guaranteed free exercise of convictions.)

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