The University of Wisconsin is on-board with a plan to punish students who disrupt classes or invited speakers.
The school’s regents approved new rules that cover free speech. Both conservative and liberal groups in Madison are not happy with the proposal. Specifically, the plan allows the university to expel a student if they disrupt someone else’s speech three times in a year. Governor Evers, who has to approve the plan next, has said he doesn’t like the idea of punishing people for speaking out.