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(KSL News) -- Brigham Young University will allow students to protest Vice President Dick Cheney on his visit to campus.
The Vice President will speak at BYU commencement on April 4, and administrators will permit students to hold a rally on campus at Brigham Square.
The president of BYU's College Democrats say they are protesting the vice president's policies, not that the school invited him to speak.
A BYU spokeswoman says administrators recognize diverse views on campus.