State Lawmakers Must Stand up to Those Who Threaten Free Speech on Campus

A few weeks ago, I talked to Clemson University student Morgan Bailey, chair of the local chapter of Young Americans for Freedom. In 2018, her group set up a pro-life display, with signs and white crosses marking “the lives lost to abortion,” but the display was vandalized. At the time, the incident received little attention; CampusReform covered the story, but local South Carolina media largely ignored the news. The re-introduction of a legislative proposal to protect free speech on South Carolina’s college campuses, modeled after the Goldwater Institute’s work with Stanley Kurtz of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, Jim Manley of the Pacific Legal Foundation, and myself, has given Morgan

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