Religious Liberty

Court rules that banning fliers about Jesus violated student's rights

Grade school student Michaela Bloodgood had tried to hand out fliers on the bus, during recess, or before school, but her school had banned her from doing so.
“The Liverpool Central School District in upstate New York based its restrictions on ‘fear or apprehension of disturbance, which is not enough to overcome the right to freedom of expression,’ Chief U.S. District Judge Norman Mordue wrote in a 46-page decision Friday.”

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