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Ruling: Shawnee Mission students' free speech, free press lawsuit to proceedWICHITA, KS (AP) - A judge is allowing a lawsuit to proceed against a Kansas City school district accused of violating students' free speech and free press rights during a nationwide walkout protesting gun violence. U.S.
WICHITA, KS (AP) - A judge is allowing a lawsuit to proceed against a Kansas City school district accused of violating students' free speech and free press rights during a nationwide walkout protesting gun violence. U.S.
The judge is the infamous dingdong Julie Robinson. She gets nuttier by the minute.
Sort of the Judicial answer to Lindsey Graham then, right?
good to know students can walk out of school to protest abortion
Kids who probably can't balance a checkbook are allowed to decide such things. You liberals are so fucking stupid. Yes lets put minors in charge of things, surely that can't get all fucked up, right?
^^You mean any worse than the giant man-baby as already made things right? Thought so. Now make me a fuckin' sammich and shut your blowhole repubturd!
^^Get back in school and learn simple English ya douchebag.
Bunch of little pussies.
Every one of the comments above is evidence that none of you commenters have thoroughly read the judge’s 38 page decision, nor have you followed the story from the beginning last April.The students did NOT just “get up and walk out of class”. The District approved a time slot on an already built-in activity schedule day for commemoration of the Columbine massacre for students wishing to participate. The District made it clear, in advance, this was not a District-sponsored event. Student participation was optional.But as the events started, District admins refused to allow students to mention the words “gun violence” and an assoc principal took a camera away from a student newspaper photojournalist.You all need to read up on the Tinker school freedom of speech decision from 1969, as well as educate yourselves that in 1992, the Kansas legislature enacted a law, Kansas Student Publications Act, protecting the rights of student journalists in Kansas. The school district violated both of these laws.And since a large number of you filthy-mouthed commenters here on Tony’s KC surely do love YOUR freedom of speech, perhaps expand your worldview to the possibility that someday the speech being censored could be YOURS. It’s a slippery slope.
3:24 I made the post at 10:38 and I still stand behind it.
Guns and gay rights are the same except for the aim.
I'm adding my special protein sauce to your sandwich, but you already get that daily cum gargling at gay black orgies. Shithead
I don't give a tinker's damn.
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