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The new policy says Boulder campus officials “may refer individuals accused of making threats of violence for an assessment of the likelihood that they will act on a threat of violence.”
A free-speech watchdog group called the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education says the policy could make people hesitant to speak freely despite First Amendment protections.
CU spokesman Bronson Hilliard says the policy was meant to keep the campus safe while protecting free-speech rights.
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