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by Greg Lukianoff at The Huffington Post
Last September 17, Modesto Junior College told student Robert Van Tuinen that he couldn't hand out copies of the Constitution on campus in honor of the Constitution Day.
Last night, Modesto Junior College signed a settlement agreement with Van Tuinen, ending his First Amendment lawsuit. As part of the settlement, MJC has substantially reformed its policies and agreed to pay Van Tuinen $50,000...