WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of a Massachusetts law establishing a 35-foot fixed buffer zone around entrances, exits and driveways around facilities where abortions are performed.
Two Missouri high school students will now have to face the consequences of creating a blog that mocked blacks and female classmates after the 8th Circuit yesterday lifted an injunction blocking their 180-day suspensions.
A state university didn’t violate the First Amendment when it disciplined a student in a professional program for posting disrespectful and threatening comments on her Facebook page, the Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled.
The Washington Supreme Court has sided with the North Central Regional Library System in a lawsuit challenging its Internet filtering policy. At issue is whether libraries should offer a way to turn off Internet filters for adults who request it.