Missouri Law Stops Colleges From Limiting The Sites Of Student Protests

July 16, 2015

By Mará Rose Williams at Kansas City Star

Missouri has become the second state to give college students more room on campus for protests, marches and other peaceful expressions of free speech.

A bill signed this week by Gov. Jay Nixon and effective Aug. 28 stops colleges and universities from limiting locations where students can protest, as flocks of Missouri students did last year with chants, pickets and “die-ins” against police brutality after racially charged incidents in Ferguson, Mo...