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ADF: Students' free-speech rights just got better in VA

May 7, 2014

This time, community college student Christian Parks faced several restrictions when he wanted to share his faith at Thomas Nelson Community College in Virginia. 

First Amendment (Bill of Rights)Parks was told he must be part of a student organization, register four days in advance, and be restricted to a small speech zone in order to preach.



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