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No Standing to Sue For Gender-Identity School Policy (access required)

A high school student does not have standing to sue the county school board based on the student’s alleged distress over potential repercussions from the school board’s expansion of its anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policy; the Supreme Court also affirms a ...

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Amendment Barred to Name ‘John Doe’ Officers (access required)

A Charlottesville U.S. District Court denies plaintiff leave to amend his suit alleging multiple “John Doe” defendants violated his rights under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 with respect to actions taken by law enforcement agents after they obtained an emergency custody ...

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No Free Speech Claim from Facebook Comment Removal (access required)

A prosecutor’s deletion of plaintiff’s comment on the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s official Facebook page, and blocking of plaintiff from leaving further comments for several months, did not violate plaintiff’s First Amendment rights, an Alexandria U.S. District Court holds; defendant ...

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Nursing Student’s Free Speech Claim Advances (access required)

A nursing student who complained in class and to administrators about qualified instructors leaving the program, to be replaced by unqualified instructors, and who alleges she was subjected to a phony student misconduct charge in retaliation, states a claim against ...

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