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All we want to do is make students aware that there are other ways to find college money and serve your country without joining the military. But they're not getting the other side.  Sally Ferrell, a counter military recruiter from Wilkes County, North Carolina. We're not going to allow her to do that anymore. We allow recruiters into the schools to recruit for post-high school opportunities. But she was not offering that.

Stephen Laws, Superintendent of Wilkes County High Schools, North Carolina

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  • Phillip Ruben Nava, Equal Access Struggle: Counter-Military Recruitment on High School Campuses, 44 J. Marshall L. Rev. 459 (2011)

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