South Dakotans Advocate Diversity

In what could be a model for other states, legislators in the South Dakota House and Senate have introduced a bill that would require each public college and university in the state to report periodically to the legislature on its efforts to ensure intellectual diversity on campus. The Rapid City Journal reports:

Rep. Phyllis Heineman, R-Sioux Falls, chairwoman of the House Education Committee and the chief sponsor of HB1222, said Wednesday that the goal is to prevent situations already seen in other states where students, speakers and faculty members have been harassed because of their views.

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