Ruling: Suspending student over T-shirt violated student rights

07/2/2007 | Washington Post, The

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday said it would not consider the appeal of a school district that was found by a lower court to have violated a student's right to free speech. A Vermont seventh-grader was suspended for wearing a shirt calling President George W. Bush a lying drunk driver and drug-user, but the school said the punishment was for the cocaine and martini glass depicted on the shirt, not its political message.

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