GOP debate turns CU campus into ‘politics central’

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BOULDER, Colo. — The political center of the United States moved to the University of Colorado campus in Boulder on Wednesday evening.

The Republican party candidates for president were inside the Coors Events Center debating the issues for a national audience.

Activists supporting a wide-range of issues from immigration reform to gun control to marijuana were outside the arena, holding rallies in the “free speech zone.”

FOX31 DENVER News at 5 p.m. broadcast live from the CU campus, with our team of anchors and reporters.

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Activists in "free speech zone"

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