Ross Abbott, right, and Michael Kriete are University of South Carolina students who had to explain their decision to show posters that questioned freedom of speech limits at public universities. Abbott on Tuesday sued USC even though it did not follow through with threatened disciplinary action after some students complained about the posters.
Ross Abbott, right, and Michael Kriete are University of South Carolina students who had to explain their decision to show posters that questioned freedom of speech limits at public universities. Abbott on Tuesday sued USC even though it did not follow through with threatened disciplinary action after some students complained about the posters. PROVIDED PHOTOGRAPH Courtesy of Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
Ross Abbott, right, and Michael Kriete are University of South Carolina students who had to explain their decision to show posters that questioned freedom of speech limits at public universities. Abbott on Tuesday sued USC even though it did not follow through with threatened disciplinary action after some students complained about the posters. PROVIDED PHOTOGRAPH Courtesy of Foundation for Individual Rights in Education

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