North Carolina State University is under fire for a policy that at least one Christian groups says violates their freedom of speech. The university requires all student groups to have a permit before distributing fliers or approaching other students on campus. But even after obtaining a permit, Grace Christian Life, a church that meets on campus, said they were still denied being allowed to hand out fliers or talk to students.
They have sued the university, and a federal judge recently grilled state attorneys about the legality of their policy. “These are adults, adults on a campus, a state-run campus, and before they can talk with anyone or solicit them in some way like, ‘Come join our club,’ they have to get a permit?” U.S. District Judge James Dever asked. FULL REPORT