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By Kaitlyn Schallhorn at Campus Reform
Stanford’s student government is standing behind its decision to limit a conservative student group’s free speech.
The California school’s Graduate Student Council (GSC) came under fire earlier this year when it retracted funding for the Stanford Anscombe Society’s (SAS) pro-family and traditional marriage conference. Following the $600 retraction, the student government threatened to impose a $5,600 security fee on the student organization, allegedly because of the controversial nature of the conference...
Schools: Stanford University