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In Kennedy v Bremerton, Lemon finally falls

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A Supreme Court decision Monday eroded, to a certain extent, the proverbial wall between church and state.

A tweet to end universities and public schools

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We wonder how widespread words of violence and tyranny are in promoting what I thought was a conservative agenda about the public schools.

SCOTUS hears about censuring school board members

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Can school board members and other elected officials use free speech liberally without fear of censure by the body to which they were elected?

1st Amendment protects Instagram post about Covid

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Can a student post about Covid without fear of retaliation by well-meaning police officers who claim they're acting in the community's best interests?

IL dist. to pay $35K to student over gun speech

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An IL student who opposed stronger gun laws following the school shooting at a Fla. HS will be compensated for unfair treatment.

Pa. school punishes cheerleader for foul post

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SCOTUS may decide if a school can ban a student from cheerleading if she flips off the squad and the school on Snapchat.

Supreme Court balances religious school closures

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Some religious schools, which don't answer to public boards, have in-person learning. But what if the governor orders it to stop?

Mont. scholarship fund excludes religious schools

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Can a state send money to religious schools? Well, it's complicated. For certain purposes, yes; SCOTUS will define it a little more this term.

Chicagoans march for life during shutdown

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Both sides of the abortion debate showed up for the annual March for Life in Chicago. A student reflects on her participation.

The case against gerrymandering in Maryland

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Redrawing congressional district lines is bound to be a high priority for Maryland legislators this year, given a Supreme Court case.