Freedom Of Speech In Supreme Court Cases

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Over the years, the Supreme Court has spent an abundance of time defining what we consider to be free speech in America and deciding what situations are not protected under the First Amendment. The First Amendment has raised questions and caused disputes in many different aspects of society. In particular, freedom of speech in schools has brought up a lot of issues and many cases have been brought to federal courts, including two cases specifically, Hansen v. Ann Arbor Public Schools and Morse v. Frederick. While these cases are both over the issue of freedom of speech and students rights, they have very different stories, problems, and outcomes. One court case that arose over the issue of student’s rights and received lots of attention

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