A California college student who was blocked last year from handing out copies of the Constitution gave his school a lesson in civics and the law, winning a $50,000 settlement and an agreement to revise its speech codes.
Robert Van Tuinen, 26, settled with Modesto Junior College just five months after his run-in with school officials on Sept. 17 â€“ National Constitution Day. Van Tuinen said heâ€™s more excited about getting the school to revise its speech codes, which previously confined the First Amendment to a small area students had to sign up to use.
Don’t expect “Progressives” to be celebrating this.
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