Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed an Indian mascot bill on Thursday that will make it harder for politically correct meddlers to force public schools around the state to change their mascots, logos and team names.

Before he signed the bill, Walker informed state tribal leaders in a letter.

“I share many of your concerns about some of the mascots and nicknames used in Wisconsin and across America,” the governor wrote, according to The Capital Times. “If it were up to me personally, I would seek viable alternatives that were not offensive to Native Americans.”

In the same letter, Walker also pointed out that a previous law allowing a single complainer to instigate a review process and then a name change flouted the First Amendment rights of everybody else.

“If the state bans speech that is offensive to some, where does it stop?” he said. “A person or persons’ right to speak does not end just because what they say or how they say it is offensive.”

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