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students to represent the entire institution cannot be termed as "private" Although the school board depends on this Court's cases about public forums, e.g., Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of Univ. of Va., 515 U.S. 819 , they overlooked the general issue discussed in the case of Hazelwood School Dist . v. Kuhlmeier, 484 U.S. 260 , 27. It allows one representative throughout the year that sometimes may reach a point to of limiting the minority view. The court continues that, praying during graduation ceremonies does not compel students to participate in a certain religious observances. Other than the graduation which is usually mandatory to attend, school games are usually voluntary. The Constitution demands that institutes not force on
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students to have the difficult choice concerning whether to attend these games or to risk facing a personally offensive religious ritual. A dissenting opinion was made by Chief Justice Rehnquist, in partnership with Justices Scalia . They disagreed that the opinion of the majority, "bristles with aloofness to all things religious in public life". Their material objections were “first that the policy on which the Court has now ruled had not yet been put into practice. The question is not whether the
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