Calif. College Settles Student Lawsuit, Will Comply With First Amendment

December 12, 2014

By Gabriel Nadales at Campus Reform

CItrus College make all public spaces on its campus free speech areas after a settling a lawsuit with a student.

On Sept., 17, Constitution Day, Citrus student Vincenzo Sinapi-Riddle was gathering signatures to petition his student government to pass a resolution condemning the National Security Agency for its warrantless spying of American citizens. When Sinapi-Riddle walked outside of the free-speech zone, an administrator confronted him and threatened to kick him off campus unless he returned to the designated speech zone...

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