Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Cheerleader's Comments Criticizing School
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in favor of a cheerleader instead of her Pennsylvania school.
The cheerleader was suspended from her team for using F-bombs in online comments about her school. The court argued her comments were protected speech under the First Amendment.
Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd talks with NPR’s justice correspondent Carrie Johnson about the ruling.
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