(Idaho Statesman) A settlement in the lawsuit against Boise State University by a student group largely comes down to signs.
Either the university will always provide signs to alert students when groups set up displays to promote a cause, or it never will.
Signs were an integral part of what prompted the suit last June. Abolitionists4Life claimed that Boise State clipped its First Amendment rights when it asked the group to place warning signs around two exhibits that showed images from abortions and an autopsy photo of a woman who died having an abortion. Other groups weren't asked to provide any signs, Abolitionists4Life said.
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