Listen: The Indy’s Corey Hutchins on the end of free speech zones on Colorado college campuses
The Colorado Independent’s Corey Hutchins appeared on Colorado Public Radio this morning to discuss the end of “free speech zones” on Colorado’s public university campuses.
Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the new law early this month, which came with unanimous bipartisan support.
What? No more free speech on campus? Terrible, right?
Well, no. It’s actually an expansion of free speech on college campuses. After Nov. 9, students and members of the public won’t have to huddle in cordoned-off sections of a campus if they want to protest, demonstrate, distribute literature, or hold a rally.
— Colorado Matters (@ColoradoMatters) April 24, 2017
Listen to the whole interview here.
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