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A former University of Louisville nursing student waived her rights to free speech by signing an honor code that included a non-disclosure requirement, so she can’t collect damages for being dismissed from school over a blog post, a federal judge has ruled.

Nina Yoder “had no constitutional right” to blog information about a live birth she witnessed as part of a childbearing course because of the confidentiality agreement, U.S. District Judge Charles R. Simpson...

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