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Tag Archives: Freedom of speech

Cannon & Dunphy prevails over Habush in privacy lawsuit

Cannon & Dunphy SC has prevailed over personal injury rival Habush Habush & Rottier SC in a dispute involving not personal injury, but invasion of privacy. Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Charles Kahn held on Wednesday that the Habush firm proved every element of the tort, except one: unreasonableness. In 2009, the Cannon firm contracted with Google and other search ...

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2 students sue school district over club status

WEST BEND, Wis. (AP) — Two students have filed a federal lawsuit after the West Bend School Board rejected a request to recognize the Gay-Straight Alliance chapter as a school club. The lawsuit claims the school district is violating the students’ freedom of speech and is denying equal access. WISN-TV reports the school board rejected the club status earlier this ...

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10-2485 & 10-3635 Zamecnik v. Indian Prairie School Dist. # 204

Constitutional Law Freedom of speech; schools A school cannot prohibit students from wearing t-shirts that say, “Be Happy, Not Gay.” “[A] school that permits advocacy of the rights of homosexual students cannot be allowed to stifle criticism of homosexuality. The school argued (and still argues) that banning ‘Be Happy, Not Gay’ was just a matter of protecting the ‘rights’ of ...

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2010AP1937-OA Wisconsin Prosperity Network v. Myse

Constitutional Law Freedom of speech “The court having considered the petition and supplemental petition to commence an original action under Wis. Stat. § (Rule) 809.70 filed on behalf of petitioners, Wisconsin Prosperity Network, Inc., The MacIver Institute for Public Policy, Inc., Americans for Prosperity, Reverend David King, Concerned Citizens of Iowa County, Inc., Daniel O. Curran, Oriannah Paul, The Sheboygan ...

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