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By Bill Steigerwald at Pittsburgh Sunday Tribune-Review
Students at West Virginia University are now free to practice First Amendment rights on their entire campus.
Until nine days ago, WVU's 22,000 undergrads — like students at hundreds of other colleges whose restrictive free-speech policies have raised the ire of civil libertarians — were able to practice their First Amendment rights only on about 5 percent of the campus... Download file "WVU Ends 'Free-Speech Zones'"