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Thursday, November 2
7:00pm
Memorial Union , Memorial Union, TITU
Cost: Free
Panel regarding the Board of Regents passing a policy regarding students ability to protest. The policy included punishments for disruptions - though it is up to interpretation how such disruptions are defined.

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Recently, the Board of Regents passed a policy regarding students ability to protest. The policy included punishments for disruptions - though it is up to interpretation how such disruptions are defined. 

To understand how we should respond as students, the Legislative Affairs committee will be bringing in some incredibly knowledgeable panelists including:
Chris Taylor - Wisconsin State Representative
Howard Schweber - professor of political science at the UW and author of "The Creation of American Common Law"

In partnership with Our Revolution Wisconsin and College Democrats. 
Room TBD.

About

Recently, the Board of Regents passed a policy regarding students ability to protest. The policy included punishments for disruptions - though it is up to interpretation how such disruptions are defined. 

To understand how we should respond as students, the Legislative Affairs committee will be bringing in some incredibly knowledgeable panelists including:
Chris Taylor - Wisconsin State Representative
Howard Schweber - professor of political science at the UW and author of "The Creation of American Common Law"

In partnership with Our Revolution Wisconsin and College Democrats. 
Room TBD.

Presented by:

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WUD Society and Politics


societyandpolitics@union.wisc.edu

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Associated Students of Madison


Laura Downer, ASM Chair 2019-2020
chair@asm.wisc.edu
(608) 265-4276

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