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Sen. Carla Nelson, R-Rochester, (second from left) is introducing a “campus neutrality bill” requiring colleges receiving state funds to adopt policies affirming free-speech principles. Attending a Friday news conference with her were, from left, Kyle Hooten, Campus Reform writer and St. Olaf College student; Maddy Dibble, editor of Minnesota Republic and treasurer of the University of Minnesota College Republicans; and Madison Faupel, president of the University of Minnesota College Republicans. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)
Sen. Carla Nelson, R-Rochester, (second from left) is introducing a “campus neutrality bill” requiring colleges receiving state funds to adopt policies affirming free-speech principles. Attending a Friday news conference with her were, from left, Kyle Hooten, Campus Reform writer and St. Olaf College student; Maddy Dibble, editor of Minnesota Republic and treasurer of the University of Minnesota College Republicans; and Madison Faupel, president of the University of Minnesota College Republicans. (Staff photo: Kevin Featherly)

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