Trademark Can’t Stop Pot Shirt On Campus

By on February 13, 2017

February 13, 2017

When members of the Iowa State University chapter pf the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws planned to sport T-shirts bearing the school’s mascot alongside a pot leaf, the school sued. The school claimed that the T-shirts were in violation of the school’s trademark policy, but the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals found that the move violated students’ First Amendment right to free speech. The court barred the school from prohibiting printing of the T-shirt.

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