Grambling State University officials are consulting lawyers following complaints by civil liberties groups over the university's ban on students and faculty members using campus e-mail systems for political solicitations, The News Star reported. The university said it was trying to comply with state law barring the use of state resources for political activity, but the complaints from the American Civil Liberties Union and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education say that the university's interpretation goes too far in limiting free expression.
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