Free speech lawsuit against Texas university campus carry law continues in federal appeals court

University of Texas professors are taking their challenge to the law allowing guns in classrooms to federal appeals court expected to argue that the guns would create  a “chilling effect” on classroom discussion. (KUT 90.5, July 11, 2018, by Matthew Choi of the Texas Tribune)

In 2016 a federal district judge ruled against the professors that the law was not a content-based regulation of speech or a direct regulation of speech so does not fit under rights of academic freedom. (The Washington Post, August 23, 2016, by Eugene Volokh)

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