Here Today, Bong Tomorrow: Student Free Speech Rights Up In Smoke?
June 25, 2007
by Sean Clark
In what could be a dangerous decision rolling back student free speech rights, the Supreme Court ruled today in Morse v. Frederick
that a high school can, consistent with the First Amendment, prohibit messages that seem to advocate drug use. Stay tuned for the rest of the week as FIRE analyzes this case and the possible effects it could have on student free speech rights.