University of South Alabama sued for restricting pro-life group
A pro-life student group is suing the University of South Alabama (USA) after the institution restricted their outreach efforts to a small, regulated speech zone on campus.
Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) filed the amended complaint last Friday after the university deemed the groupâ€™s pro-life content â€ścontroversial,â€ť and required that they obtain a permit to use the speech zone 72 hours in advance.
The incident happened last October, when the campus chapter of Students for Life requested permission to host a â€śCemetery of the Innocentsâ€ť event. Group members wanted to place small crosses in the ground to represent the number of abortions performed in the United States since the Supreme Courtâ€™s Roe v. Wade ruling. University administrators denied their request and referred the group to the speech zone, which at the time was held in the Student Center, an area comprising one-percent of campus...
Good that the Pro Life group is suing the University of South Alabama for discrimination. Why don't liberals learn their lesson and stop with these kind of activities that are against the First Amendment to the Constitution? Anybody with comprehension abilities would have learned their lesson after the first time that they were defeated in court for going against the First Amendment.