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(If the provision actually violates federal rights, for instance by mandating discrimination against nongovernmental religious speakers, that may be unconstitutional, see Widmar v. Vincent (1981), but that's not involved here.) Thus, no review by the U ...

In 1982, the Supreme Court, in an 8-1 Widmar v. Vincent ruling, sided with Cornerstone, rejecting the university's argument on church and state.
Widmar v. Vincent (1981). If public schools let outside groups use empty classrooms for their expressive activities, the schools cannot exclude a church just because it wants to show a film featuring a religious point of view.
The strongest precedent in support of Sons of Confederate veterans might be Widmar V. Vincent, decided in 1981, in which the court held unconstitutional a regulation of the University of Missouri that allowed more than a hundred student groups to meet ...
The strongest precedent in support of Sons of Confederate veterans might be Widmar V. Vincent, decided in 1981, in which the Supreme Court held unconstitutional a regulation of the University of Missouri that allowed more than 100 student groups to ...
Id. Instead, the government must intend to grant "general access" to its property for expressive use, either by the general public or by a particular class of speakers.
Id. Instead, the government must intend to grant "general access" to its property for expressive use, either by the general public or by a particular class of speakers.
What is the scope of Widmar v. Vincent (1981), the case that rejected a very similar exclusion in universities? When does government property that's opened to public speech become in practice a "designated public forum" open to the public in general ...


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