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Around people gathered at UC Berkeley's student government meeting to voice opposition or support for Senator Chow. Isabella Chow.

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During the three hour meeting that ended just before midnight, three students did voice support for Chow. Another supporter, Daniel Frise, criticized the student senate of imposing a "religious litmus test" and said Chow never intended harm to the LGBT community.

Caleb Parke is an associate editor for FoxNews.