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UPI: A California high school teacher lost his legal battle over displaying banners in his classroom that referred to God. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case of Bradley Johnson . . .
Mark Walsh at EdWeek School Law Blog comments on the Nampa Classical Academy and Poway Unified School District cases.
The Thomas More Law Center announced today that it has appealed a controversial decision of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court. The appeal was filed in the case of Bradley Johnson v. Poway Unified School District late last week.
Thomas More Law Center to Appeal Controversial Ninth Circuit Appeals Court Decision Outlawing Classroom Banners Mentioning “God,” Including our National Motto
The Thomas More Law Center announced today that it will petition for an en banc review of the controversial Ninth Circuit Court 3-judge panel decision that overturned a lower court decision, which had upheld the right of a school teacher to display patriotic banners in his classroom that mentioned God.
Johnson v. Poway Unified School Dist., No. 10-55445 (9th Cir. Before: Barry G. Silverman, Richard C. Tallman, and Richard R. Clifton, Circuit Judges. Opinion by Judge Tallman We consider whether a public school district infringes the First Amendment liberties …