Florida's DeSantis may combat 'draconian' college coronavirus rules with student 'bill of rights'
Added 09-25-20 02:29:02am EST - “Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis? on Thursday balked at what he described as "incredibly draconian" university? policies in the state, claiming they punish students for attending large gatherings amid the coronavirus, according to reports.?” - Foxnews.com
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday balked at what he described as “incredibly draconian” university policies in the state, claiming they punish students for attending large gatherings amid the coronavirus, according to reports.
The Republican suggested he might be open to a student “bill of rights” and said the state was looking into options to protect students, FOX 35 in Orlando and Politico reported.
The governor’s comments came as some colleges across the country and in Florida have had to close their campuses soon after reopening because of coronavirus clusters attributed to student parties.
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