Federal judge tosses out lawsuit initiated by anti-gay student
Punch in, Jennifer Keeton, a University student in Georgia who sued the University itself after the University forced her to undergo sensitivity training due to her ‘beliefs being incompatible’ with that of her chosen profession.
Keeton claims that she was ‘aware her ‘free speech’ violated the rules and regulations set in stone by her University, but still claims she had every right to say what she did.
The suit was thrown out this week after a judge ruled that it was OK for her University to enforce their regulations and already previously in place policies that protect all kinds of people, and bar hate-speech like Mrs Keeton’s from being talked about on campus.
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