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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said there is "too much suppression of free and open speech on college campuses today."

Sessions said that whether it be via the heckler's veto or administrative restrictions placed on often conservative groups, the issue must be dealt with.

"[This] really threatens our entire educational system," he said. "We have a heritage of free speech."

"We need to push back," he said, calling some of the actions seen in recent times civil rights violations.

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