The ACLU of Kansas and the Shawnee Mission School District have reached a settlement after the ACLU claimed students protesting school gun violence had their speeches unlawfully truncated when student journalists covering the event on April 20, 2018, had their cameras seized."The settlement is a victory for students across the Shawnee Mission School District," said Lauren Bonds, legal director and interim executive director of the ACLU of Kansas.
Tuesday, March 05, 2019
Golden Ghetto Students & ACLU Stay Winning Case To Protest Against Gun Rights
Free Speech victory and a scary thought . . . TRENDING OPINION SUGGESTS THE NEXTGEN DON'T VALUE THE 2ND AMENDMENT. Take a look at the future in suburban JoCo: