UM regents defy lawmakers’ demand for porn policy


The University System of Maryland has defied a request from state lawmakers to create a policy regulating the display of pornographic films on its campuses, concluding that such a move would provoke costly free-speech lawsuits, reports the Baltimore Sun. A pornography policy also would place undue financial and administrative burdens on the system's campuses, the Board of Regents said in explaining its decision. It's unclear whether the board's vote will

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