7th Circuit denies Notre Dame preliminary injunction in its contraceptive mandate challenge

Students attempt to ban Bible from halls

School bans Jesus, Bible from child’s assignment

Court won’t exempt Notre Dame from birth control provision

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A new age of campus censorship

Valencia College sonography students allege retaliation for objecting to transvaginal ultrasounds by classmates

    FIRE: Two former students of Valencia College, a public institution in Orlando, Florida, have accused college officials of violating their First Amendment rights after they were allegedly punished for complaining about Valencia’s practice of having female students repeatedly undergo transvaginal ultrasounds at the hands of their classmates. The unnamed students filed a complaint in federal court last week, claiming that faculty members threatened their academic standing and future careers in retaliation for their speech.


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