New bill looks to strip funds from public universities that restrict free speech


(From The College Fix)

Some observers suggest that with McConnell on board, it raises the prospect that the Senate may vote on it, and that it may become an issue for the presidential campaign as well.

The bill states in part that “no public institution of higher education directly or indirectly receiving financial assistance under this Act should limit religious expression, free expression, or any other rights provided under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.”

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