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By Rodney Smolla
Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States declares that "Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech."
Pa. student loses case in fake MySpace profile of principal
By David L. Hudson Jr.
Federal district judge rules 10-day suspension did not violate First Amendment because girl's off-campus posting 'is merely an attack on the school's principal' and false to boot.
Common sense and good law prevails in student-speech dispute
By Gene Policinski
Decision squarely affirms that non-disruptive student speech, be it on issues of international interest or on local policies, is protected.
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