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by Bog Kellogg at OneNewsNow
A California junior college has to fork over $50,000 to settle a lawsuit for previously refusing to deal with its unconstitutional speech policies.
When Modesto Junior College student Robert Van Tuinen tried to hand out copies of the Constitution on Constitution Day, he was told that was not permitted on campus. Then when he took a video camera to meet with a school official and plead his case, Robert Shibley of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) says the student was turned away...