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Editorial: How to bolster the 1st Amendment on college campuses

It was inevitable that legislators in Sacramento would join the debate over free speech on college campuses. It isn't just that California has seen dramatic examples of censorship through violence, such as the rampage by 150 black-clad agitators in Berkeley last year that led to the cancellation of a speech by right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos. Legislators in California are also aware of incidents on college campuses in other parts of the country, private and public alike, in which

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