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Free speech group backs student

By November 2, 2004


DURHAM — A free speech group wants the University of New Hampshire to drop all charges against a student evicted from his dorm for posting fliers that poked fun at freshmen women gaining weight.

In a letter to UNH President Ann Weaver Hart yesterday, the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, a Philadelphia-based non-profit, urged UNH to "overturn any further punishment of Timothy Garneau and allow him to return his life to some semblance of normality... Download file "Free speech group backs student"

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