From the Anderson Valley Advertiser.
FOR YOUR BLIND LEADING THE BLIND FILES: Ukiah Unified Superintendent, Deb Kubin, and high school principal Gordon Oslund, tried to keep the press off campus today for Ukiah High School's gun protest. When the Ukiah Daily Journal's reporter and photographer arrived on campus this morning, they met a KZYX reporter who said she'd just been asked to leave. The Journal team plunged on. Superintendent Kubin told the paper's photographer that he needed school permission to be on the premises. Kubin was correctly ignored. Kubin and Oslund are apparently unaware that California law specifically allows the media onto any public school campus to cover news without "signing in." Moreover, students' and teachers are also protected by the First Amendment to talk to the press on campus. And Kubin and Oslund are doing what? Preparing the young to function in a political democracy?