Ruling: Schools' anti-drug mandate trumps student rights

Schools have the authority to regulate drug-related messages on campus even if that trumps student speech, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday. Schools may punish "student speech celebrating drug use" without violating the Constitution, just as they can prohibit "lewd or vulgar" language in, for example, a student newspaper, said Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. in the majority opinion.

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