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The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former high school cheerleader who argued that she could not be punished by her public school for posting a profanity-laced caption on Snapchat when she was off school grounds. ...
The NCAA dismissed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s scathing opinion after it was unanimously decided college athletics’ governing body illegally restricted education-based benefits that could be used as compensation to student-athletes. ...
The Supreme Court has ruled in the favor of a student who was suspended after she used vulgar language in a post off of school grounds. The justices agreed that her remarks did not warrant suspension but did not go so far as to decide a larger ruling that all speech off grounds could not be punished by a school. NBC's Pete  Williams has details. ...
The Supreme Court has sided with a high school cheerleader from Pennsylvania who was suspended after posting a profanity-laced message on Snapchat while away from school grounds.In an 8-1 ruling on Wednesday, the court concluded that the school district violated the student's First Amendment right t... ...

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