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By Taylour Nelson at The Coloradoan
Colorado State University revised some of its free speech policies after students cried foul and solicited the help of a national nonprofit that supports First Amendment rights on college campuses.
Changes to CSU’s advertising and “hate incidents” policies for residence halls could make the policies more lenient. CSU also clarified its policy about peaceful assembly on campus to allow it anywhere on campus as long as organizers contact the university’s event planning services before the assembly... Download file "CSU revises some policies on free speech"