Olympic College, a community college in Washington State, has instituted new limits on protests by non-students, and some of the rules are being questioned by civil liberties groups, The Kitsap Sun reported. Those who are not students and who want to protest will need to give the college advance notice, submit information about their plans, provide copies of materials to be distributed, and distribute materials only in the protest area. The rules follow a rally last year in which an anti-abortion group carried large photographs of aborted fetuses around campus.
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