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temporarily prevent from continuing.Violate-to fail to respect. Contemporary Court Cases: find articles on cases related to your topicSource 1:Morse vs. FredrickJoseph Fredrick held up a banner that said “Bong Hits 4 Jesus”at a school-supervised event. Court ruled that schools can prohibit students from displaying messages that may promote illegal use of drugs.
“Morse vs. Fredrick” Oyez. Juneau-Douglas High School. 25 June 2007, https://www.oyez.org/cases/2006/06-278Source 2:Hazelwood School District v. KuhlmeierThe school principal found two of the articles in the school newspaper to be inappropriate.Court ruled that educators did not offend the First Amendment .“Hazelwood School District vs. Kuhlmeier” Oyez. Hazelwood East High School. 13 January 1988, https://www.oyez.org/cases/1987/86-836Source 3:Board of Education, Island Trees Union Free School District No. 26 vs. PicoThe school ordered that certain books be removed from its libraries based on its content. (anti-American, anti-Christian)Court ruled that this violated the First Amendment.“Board of Education, Island Trees Union Free School District No. 26 vs. Pico” Oyez. Island Trees School District. 25 June 1982, https://www.oyez.org/cases/1981/80-2043Domain-Specific Vocabulary/Key Terms: (include definitions or descriptions)Prohibit-formally forbid something by law, rule, or other authority.