Campus Voices: Trey Blood

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Lawmakers in Raleigh have introduced a bill in the North Carolina House and Senate (HB527 and SB507) that would protect and preserve free speech on public college campuses. Campuses are not what they used to be like. Free speech rights are under attack, but often when people oppose free speech,…

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Austin Special Interests Forced Out Ridesharing Companies – Now They’re Paying the Price

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More than a year ago, Uber and Lyft warned the city council of Austin that if they passed a package of burdensome fingerprinting requirements for ridesharing companies, Austinites might be left without options. The sponsor of the regulation, Ann Kitchen, issued a sharp rebuke. “To threaten to leave, simply because…

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