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The Michigan Daily - Friday, August 12, 1988 - Page 5
Student groups condemn protest policies
BY RYAN TUTAK The coalition will mail a letter to the re- something's going to give. The University is them an arrest record," said MSA Vice Presi-
Twenty-two student groups yesterday is- gents and the Washtenaw County Sheriff, who going to change." dent Susan Overdorf, an LSA senior.
sued a demand that the University revoke re- would deputize the officers, demanding the The regents have proposed to have campus The nuclear disarmament organization
cently enacted policies about campus protest University rescind all three policy moves. security carry handcuffs to make arrests for Michigan SANE/FREEZE supports the de-
and promised further retaliation. "The University can no longer idly run state laws, but not firearms. Sheriff Robert mands because the policy "threatens the legit-
The University's Board of Regents at their people over," said Michigan Student Assem- Scheible said terms of agreement for deputiza- imate rights to freedom of expression as guar-
July meeting voted to deputize the two top bly President Michael Phillips, an LSA se- tion are still under negotiation. anteed by the constitution," said the group's
campus security officers, ratified guidelines nior. "The runaway train of the regents must "What I find most abhorrent is that the office manager Jim Ringold.
limiting protest at campus events, and sus- be halted. University can single out individuals that it Ringold said he personally feels threatened
pended the only regental bylaw allowing stu- "My prediction is that these organizations wants to stop voicing their opinions, and ha- by the policies even though he's not a stu-
dents and staff to help draft University policy. will come together on more demands and rass them and cause them problems by giving dent.

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