Free Speech Plaza Reopens

EUGENE, Ore. — The Wayne Morse Free Speech Plaza was officially opened to the public again Tuesday. This follows the emergency closure of the site last week.

SLEEPS protesters were forced to leave the premises due to health and safety concerns, Wednesday.

Lane County says the site has been cleaned and city crews have taken down the gates. The plaza is now open for public access.



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  1. Kay says:

    The county is full of it. If this was truly a biohazard scene, they broke every OSHA rule they possibly could have. Digging in the dirt without gloves or masks, spraying water around everywhere, spraying something out of a Roundup container, and allowing protesters to play in the plaza for several hours before chasing them out.

    How crooked can you possibly get?

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