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A few new faces — but not many — among megadonors to presidential super PACs

The 2016 presidential race may be a whole new ball game in terms of fundraising, but most of the players’ names are awfully familiar — even if their faces are a bit more lined. Very few of the top donors to the super PACs backing one of the many GOP White House hopefuls or handful…

Once more, a slide in lobbying revenues

Substantial spikes in outlays for lobbying by some of the biggest-spending clients could not keep overall second-quarter numbers from sliding below those of the first three months of the year — and in fact below those of any second quarter since at least 2010, with the exception of 2013. About $802 million was spent on…

Scam PACs keep money churning, but not to candidates

The set of political groups using Scott B. Mackenzie as their treasurer certainly can’t be accused of sitting on the money they raise: Consulting firms rake in cash, donor lists are sold from one group to another in the same network, hefty legal bills are paid. In fact, their spending outpaces their revenue — but there are…

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CSUDH Incarceration Nation

On April 9, 2015 the YAL Chapter at Cal State Dominguez Hills went on the LSU East Walkway and hosted a tabling session raising awareness about the incarceration rates in the United States.

We stood out from 10am-2pm passing out informational flyers to students walking by and answering any questions that they had. Since the school is a majority-minority campus with a heavy African-American and Latino population in the Los Angeles area, the issues of police militarization and over criminalization are deeply important to these disproportionately affected communities.

The response was amazing as students thanked us for raising awareness of these issues and helping to educate the students about criminal justice based problems.
 
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VICTORY: Missouri Governor Bans Campus 'Free Speech Zones'

On July 14, 2015, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed Senate Bill 93 into law, including the Campus Free Expression Act (CAFE Act) which prohibits public colleges and universities from restricting student speech to "free speech zones."

The CAFE Act received overwhelmingly bipartisan support in the Missouri Senate, passing with a 34-0 vote in May, and was officially signed into law by Governor Nixon yesterday. Missouri is the second state to ban free speech zones, following Virginia's lead, which banned the restrictive zones at all public colleges in April 2014. 

Living in the United States, many assume that free speech is applicable and allowed to be practiced anywhere within the country, however, that sadly is not the case. Free speech is especially important and should be promoted at institutions for higher learning. These colleges and universities should be a safe haven for unfettered intellectual exploration, so limiting speech on campus undermines that traditional purpose.

Free speech zones are areas determined by the school's administration and are used to restrict the ability for students to exercise their right of freedom of expression on campus. Not only are free speech zones common on college campuses nationwide, but they are typically restricted to tiny, out of the way, and low traffic areas. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) determined that one in six public colleges in the United States use free speech zones, an extremely alarming statistic that makes you question whether these college administrations value or even attempt to uphold the Constitution. 

These prevalent free speech zones have proved extremely problematic when YAL chapters across the nation want to participate in activism. When YAL members at the University of Iowa wanted to participate in Incarceration Nation to advocate for criminal justice reform, they were heckled by campus police, who eventually confiscated their table for advocating 'outside of the free speech zone.'

Stories like that of the University of Iowa's YAL chapter are not uncommon, and speak to the reality of limited speech on campus, so it is inspiring to see legitimate legislation implemented to protect student's First Amendment rights. One can hope that other states will begin to follow in pursuit so that YAL chapters and other students across the nation will be able to safely speak out on the issues that matter to them the most. Until the banning of all free speech zones across the country becomes a reality, you can expect to see YAL chapters continuing to participate in activism to combat these restrictive policies.

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