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By Jeanne Kuang at NBC Los Angeles
A lawsuit filed against Citrus College on Tuesday aims to do away with the school’s allegedly unconstitutional rules that only allow free speech on about 1 percent of campus.
Student Vincenzo Sinapi-Riddle filed the lawsuit in federal court, alleging that when he tried gathering signatures for an anti-NSA spying petition on the Glendora campus in September 2013, he was told he could not do so outside the school’s "Free Speech Areas...