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Connecticut school pledges probe after student says NRA, GOP websites blocked

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A Connecticut school board has vowed to investigate a high school senior’s claim that his school blocked conservative-leaning websites while allowing full access to sites on the left.

Andrew Lampart was researching gun control in May for his studies at Nonnewaug High School in Woodbury, but was unable to view the National Rifle Association’s website from a school computer, he told FoxCt.com. But he had no problem getting the other side of the gun control debate from sites like Moms Demand Action and Newtown Action Alliance, he told the school board, which pledged on Wednesday to investigate.

Lampart, 18, said the problem didn’t end with the gun-control issue. When he tried to access the state’s GOP website, he was blocked, but he was able to read any item he wanted to on the state’s Democratic Party’s website, he said.

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