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Wis. College Students Feel 'Forced' to Attend Anti-Budget Protests

"Some claimed they felt pressure from most of their professors..."

Milwaukee NBC affiliate WTMJ reports on a side of the Wisconsin budget protests that isn't getting much play: how do the college students who support Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposal feel? According to the news station, some students feel they're being forced to attend anti-budget protests:

From WTMJ:

Some students at UW-Oshkosh say they felt forced to show up at a rally at UW-Oshkosh.

Some claimed they felt pressure from most of their professors to participate in campus rallies against the budget bill.

Some students who don't agree with the protest also were upset their classes were canceled - a move against university policy.

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