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St. Thomas bans signs, decorations on windows in campus housing

The University of St. Thomas is enforcing a new ban of signs and decorations on windows in campus housing. The move has some students questioning whether the Catholic university is trying to keep anti-marriage amendment signs off campus grounds.
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The University of St. Thomas is enforcing a new ban of signs and decorations on windows in campus housing, KSTP-TV reported.

The move has some students questioning whether the Catholic university is trying to keep anti-marriage amendment signs off campus grounds.

See KSTP's video on the ban below.

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