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Students support New Voices of Illinois legislation

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Adviser Kendall Huffman with her journalism students at the State Capitol to testify on behalf of the Speech Rights for Scholastic Journalists Act.

Adviser Kendall Huffman with her journalism students at the State Capitol to testify on behalf of the Speech Rights for Scholastic Journalists Act.

Adviser Kendall Huffman with her journalism students at the State Capitol to testify on behalf of the Speech Rights for Scholastic Journalists Act.


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Kendall Huffman and six of her staff wait for the Illinois House Judiciary Committee to begin hearing on the proposed student press rights bill. They visited their representative, Adam Brown, and Governor Rauner and told them  about the pending legislation.

Huffman is the newspaper and yearbook adviser at Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond High School in Arthur, Illinois.

She is a mentee of Carol Smith and and the publications are members of KEMPA.

 

 

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