By Matt Rosenberg at The Seattle Times
Some undergraduates at the University of Washington are learning about freedom of speech the hard way.
Take Kathleen Ahern, a freshman business major from Sammamish. This fall, she passed the table of a campus group passing out "Scarves for Solidarity" with Afghan women, and was asked if she'd like to wear one. She declined, and a disagreement followed. Ahern eventually went on her way — posting fliers for a campus speech on terrorism by conservative commentator Ann Coulter...
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