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A New Jersey high school student claims in a federal lawsuit that school administrators violated her First Amendment free-speech and religious-freedom rights when they said she couldn't participate in a day of silent protest against abortion
Originally posted by ReAlIzAtIoN
I don't get these people who are anti-abortion. I think it's a personal choice, I don't see why people make this into a political debate.
I support everyone's right to protest, their right to free speech and all, but when an organization has rules and guidelines, you are expected to follow them.
Originally posted by HotSauce
Are you kidding me? We were just in another thread where you were all for some kid who disobeyed his teacher by refuisng to do the pledge of allegience. Holy Hipocrisy Superman.
I think a baby should have a right to live and people should have a right to protest it as long as they arent't doing it in the middle of school and interrupting class.