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Morse vs. Frederick
Transcript of Morse vs. Frederick
The students did not have school so that they could attend this school supervised event across street from the school.
Principal Morse asked him to take it down as it promoted illegal drug use.
When Frederick refused, the banner was confiscated and Frederick was suspended for 10 days. The cartoon is explaining how it's okay for big companies to donate to campaigns due to free speech, but a student can't joke about bongs because it doesn't count as freedom of speech because he's in school. This case created a standard that students, once on school property, don't have the same rights as other citizens. The freedom of speech of one person isn't nearly as important as the safety and well being of the rest of the student body.