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Great! We finished the newspaper!
Hopefully, everyone will be able to appreciate and learn from our topics of divorce and teen pregnancy.
Sorry, girls. We can't publish this these two stories. It's too sensitive and people might not like it.
You know what, you're right. We should go to court for that violation.
This is so unfair. Don't we have the right to freedom of self-expession?
Our First Amendment right to freedom of expression has been violated!
I agree with the school. Students are not allowed to use school newspapers to voice an opinion, but as a way to learn about journalism.
As a result of the Hazelwood School District vs Kuhlmeier case, schools are allows to refuse to publish newspapers and limit forms of student expression if they believe it to be inappropriate.
Hazelwood by: Sharon Pan
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