Isu is in their full right to revoke the use of their trademark. Norml fails to grasp the first amendment and trademarking rules.
As a public university, ISU limiting political speech by preventing the use of their trademark by a (self-proclaimed) political issue advocacy group while allowing it for others is certainly murky waters here. Not as clear cut as most people seem to think.
“You feel the floor give you a little tingle, man,” Iowa State junior point guard Monte Morris said in a private moment after the game, leaning against a wall in the bowels of Hilton Coliseum. “You feel it. You feel it. It’s real. You feel it on the court. It’s a tough feeling to explain. It’s a vibration. It gets you going.”
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