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Hazelwood School District v. Kuhlmeier
Cathy Kulmeier, Leslie Smart, and Leanne Tippette attempted to publish a newspaper that had two stories about teen pregnancy and impacts for divorce.
When they attempted to publish the paper, their school principal took it down because he thought the students should not see it. So they argued that he/she violated their First Amendment.
Soon after, these kids decided to take this to court because of their beliefs.
As these kids kept on appealing, this case eventually made it to the supreme court. This is where the final decision was made.
A little after these kids brought up the case, the supreme court came to the decision that schools should be able to censor certain things that are inopropriate or if they violate school policy.
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