First Amendment Right For High School Student To Assert He Doesnt' "Accept Gays"
An opinion by Judge Patrick Duggan holds that A Howell High School teenager kicked out of a class in 2010 on an Anti-Bullying Day for saying that he didn't accept homosexuals for religious reasons says that the teen's speech is protected by the First Amendment, and that the teacher, but not the school district, is liable for nominal damages. The case is Glowacki v. Howell Public School Dist. (E.D. Mich. June 19, 2013). A post on the case last Thursday at Volokh Conspiracy has already generated 361 comments.