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  1. This attempt to intimidate Rubin is an appalling distortion of Rutgers’ Lobbying and Advocacy Policy, which states, “This policy sets the guidelines and processes for members of the Rutgers community to engage in lobbying activity officially on behalf of Rutgers with government officials under the guidance and authorization of the Rutgers Office of External Affairs….This policy does not limit the personal rights of those in the Rutgers community who wish to contact, or advocate to, government officials about their personal beliefs and interests.” So, lobbying only refers to contact with government officials, not expressing views. And the lobbying policy only refers to lobbying expressly authorized and controlled by the Rutgers administration. And the policy explicitly protects individuals advocating their beliefs.

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