Morse v. Fredrick. By: Mariah Sumpter & Loreal Sands. Summary.
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By: Mariah Sumpter & Loreal Sands
John Paul Stevens
“mused [Deborah Morse] could just as easily have suspended a student for a banner inscribed "Wine Sips 4 Jesus" on the grounds that it promoted underage drinking.”
“Because it was considered school speech and not free speech, the school had the right to censor the banner and the message because of the content.”
“As hard as it is to believe, the Bush administration is at odds with one of its biggest supporters — the religious right — in the Supreme Court battle over “Bong Hits 4 Jesus.”