Chapter 11 (Week 6-01)

Chapter 11 (Week 6-01) - conducted for a grade or if an...

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Chapter 11- if you’re taking money from the government, there are restrictions. 1
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Hatch Act (1939)- wamted to restrict government officials for lobbying. You can’t hand out flyers saying vote for someone, make partisan speeches, etc. It would look like the association endorses a certain candidate, and they wanted to prohibit that. Hatch Act modified (1993)- Gore was conducting partisan 2
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Two main issues Speech and the press Student organizations Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District (1969)- students in des moines go to school w/ black arm bands against the vietnam war. They were sent home. Goes to supreme court who says they weren’t doing anythign wrong 3
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Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier (1988)- student newspaer wanted to run articles on teen pregnancy and divorce. The principle said no. They took it to court which said the principle can control what was said in the student paper. If it’s school sponsored activity or
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Unformatted text preview: conducted for a grade or if an advisor or faculty member is 4 Widmar v. Vincent (1981)- supreme court said theres an equal access policy to access of student facilities and they cant prohibit a certain group from doing so. Equal Access Act (1984) Clubs are permitted if: Non-curricular groups Non-instructional hours Student-led and voluntary 5 Academic expression Not guaranteed in the Constitution Public school teachers are state employees There are institutional restrictions- government recognizes that college is supposed to be an exchange of ideas, built upon the discussion of social problems. A case in 1967 NY was asking professors 6 Issues include: Speaking critically of the military or government- not protected by 1 st am. Collecting signatures on a petition Distributing printed materials/public meetings Religious garb Selling sexual materi First Amendment & Prisons 7...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2010 for the course JOUR 618 taught by Professor Reinardy during the Spring '09 term at Kansas.

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