The University of Florida has been working with local law enforcement to develop a disaster plan ahead of Richard Spencer’s arrival on campus this week — complete with escape routes, mental health counseling, and a temporary ban on vehicles. “We are not going to allow our community to be victimized,” Sgt. Chris Sims, spokesman for...
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