Can You Hand Out the Constitution on Constitution Day?

Ken White at Popehat reports on the bureaucratic blindness of officials at Modesto Junior College, where a student was told he needed to fill out a form in order to obtain permission to handout copies of the U.S. Constitution on campus in honor of Constitution Day, and that he could only hand out the materials in “that little cement area” in front of the student center,  aka MJC’s designated “free speech zone,” and only on a day when the area was not being used by other students.  You can’t make this stuff up.  Fortunately, the folks at FIRE are on the case.