College campus protests in Missouri, such as this one in April 2010 at Avila University in Kansas City regarding financial aid cuts, can no longer be limited to certain locations under a new law signed by Gov. Jay Nixon.
College campus protests in Missouri, such as this one in April 2010 at Avila University in Kansas City regarding financial aid cuts, can no longer be limited to certain locations under a new law signed by Gov. Jay Nixon. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
College campus protests in Missouri, such as this one in April 2010 at Avila University in Kansas City regarding financial aid cuts, can no longer be limited to certain locations under a new law signed by Gov. Jay Nixon. File photo by John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

Missouri law stops colleges from limiting the sites of student protests

July 16, 2015 2:53 PM

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