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ACLU files lawsuit against UC San Diego for defunding student media in retaliation of satirical student paper

CALIFORNIA — The San Diego American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against UC-San Diego administrators, claiming the Associated Students Council violated a controversial newspaper’s First Amendment rights by eliminating funding for student print media. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a provocative campus newspaper, The Koala. The satirical student newspaper is known for its offensive and vulgar mockery of issues like ethnicity, religion, rape, and people with illnesses and disabilitie

Iowa Farmers Want A Voice

RADCLIFFE, Iowa- Jacob Handsaker is a 33-year-old, fourth generation farmer who is young enough not to remember the farm crisis of the 1980's, but old enough to wonder why this year's crop of presidential candidates aren't addressing the problems facing young farmers. "I have no doubt that farming is one of the backbones of America," Handsaker said. "Unfortunately it's a game of money and to get the money you're not going to go after the young farmers." "If somebody were going to start farming

Trump Supporters Turned Down At Door

PELLA, Iowa -- Hundreds stood in line in freezing temperatures for Donald Trump's event, to risk the chance of being turned away at the door. Donald Trump spoke at Central College in Pella. Although he was 40 minutes late to his own event, attendees didn't seem to mind until some of them were turned away. "It feels like a rollercoaster and you're going to get to the end of the line, it's going to feel like it's closed, or you're not tall enough," said Ben Moore. Around 2:45 p.m. people from T