During the debate about the campus speech bill, Rep. John Blust, a Guilford Republican, said he had seen an N.C. State University Facebook page following last year’s election in which students were offered coloring books and candy bars at a safe zone, ‘so students that were upset by the election could go, and I guess, feel secure.’
During the debate about the campus speech bill, Rep. John Blust, a Guilford Republican, said he had seen an N.C. State University Facebook page following last year’s election in which students were offered coloring books and candy bars at a safe zone, ‘so students that were upset by the election could go, and I guess, feel secure.’ Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
During the debate about the campus speech bill, Rep. John Blust, a Guilford Republican, said he had seen an N.C. State University Facebook page following last year’s election in which students were offered coloring books and candy bars at a safe zone, ‘so students that were upset by the election could go, and I guess, feel secure.’ Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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April 27, 2017 10:35 AM

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