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VIDEO: College eliminates free speech zone after student sues school for refusing to allow him to pass out pocket Constitutions

December 18, 2013

by Timothy Dionisopoulos at Campus Reform

Modesto Junior College (MJC) has eliminated their free speech zone as part of an agreement with the lawyers for a student suing the school after administrators prevented him from passing out pocket Constitutions on campus this past September.

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), stated in a press release earlier today that MJC reached the agreement with lawyers for student Robert Van Tuinen...

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