Jewish organizations working to expose antisemitism and hold accountable those who make such statements are cheering a new proposal that will withhold federal funding for colleges that promote antisemitism, calling it a "key step" toward ending anti-Jewish bigotry.
Rep. Mike Lawler, R-N.Y., introduced the "Stop Antisemitism on College Campuses Act" on Thursday. The bill would block universities that "authorize antisemitic events on campus" from participating in student loan and grant programs.
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