The Community College of Allegheny College has ended a rule requiring students seeking to distribute materials on campus to first have the material reviewed by administrators. The rule set off a dispute this year when college officials cited it to threaten to punish a student trying to organize a "gun rights" group on campus. The student received assistance in demanding a change in the rule from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
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