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Wisconsin ‘Campus Free Speech Act’ risks stifling free speech, critics say

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Wisconsin legislation to protect free speech on college campuses would force the state’s university system to discipline students who disrupt speakers. Opponents warn that the bill will silence those who protest harmful speakers.

Wisconsin state Rep. Jesse Kremer (R-Kewaskum) introduced the “Campus Free Speech Act” last month to “ensure that free speech is not only welcome, but encouraged throughout Wisconsin academia.”

“In recent decades, attacks on free expression have become commonplace and in-vogue at institutions where ideals and truths should be challenged – the American university,” Kremer said in a statement. “This most recent degradation has been at the behest of the leftist elite who promote their own progressive, opinionated beliefs as gospel while touting a bumper sticker slogan of ‘coexist.’” 


I can get behind this... :D works for both sides and ensures free speech.. meaning? logic and reason can rise again instead of shreeking my SJW morons!

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