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We Report, You Decide (Funds Fight) #774690

FNC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 10, 2004
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Report introduced.

(New York City: Rebecca Gomez) Charges of politically biased funding at the University of New York at Albany examined; details given about the conservative group Collegians For a Constructive Tomorrow {CFACT}, who claim the university is showing its liberal bias by funding the New York Public Interest Research Group {NYPIRG} and not giving any money to their group. [CFACT’s Eric AMIDON†- says his First Amendment rights have been violated.] [Campus Leadership Project’s Jim ELTRINGHAM†- says the university is only funding groups with a liberal agenda; says every group on the university must be treated equally.] [NYPIRG’s Tim MARVIN†- comments.]

Folbaum, Rick;
Gomez, Rebecca

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