Glad to hear this. Leftist causes are rarely required to warn anyone about their events.

David Hacker of Alliance Defending Freedom reports.

Boise State revises policy that required warning signs for pro-life events

BOISE, Idaho – Boise State University has revised its speech policy in light of a lawsuit Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys filed last year on behalf of a pro-life student group. The university’s new speech policy no longer requires student organizations to post warning signs on campus for events school officials deem “controversial” and no longer limits literature distribution on campus.

Because of the policy change, ADF and Boise State attorneys mutually agreed to end the lawsuit, Abolitionists4Life v. Kustra.

“Universities cannot function as marketplaces of ideas if free speech requires a warning sign or is otherwise severely limited on campus,” said ADF Senior Legal Counsel David Hacker. “We commend Boise State University for acknowledging this by revising its speech policy so that students can speak more freely throughout campus without fear of punishment.”

In April and May 2014, Abolitionists4Life hosted two different events, “Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust” and “What Has Roe Done for Us?,” which used images to communicate its pro-life message. A university official told the group that preemptive warning signs are required for events involving “controversial issues, specifically graphic pictures,” and that the events would not have been approved if the university knew there would be no warning signs.