This legislation doesn't appear to apply to Penn State. Despite its name Penn State isn't a state-owned school. It's "state-related", which basically means it gets a lot of state support but is independently controlled. The legislation appears to apply to PASSHE, the collection of true state-owned schools (which are generally smaller teaching colleges). I suspect PASSHE has a lot less land at its disposal than Penn State does.
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