Friday, April 21, 2006

More Tinkering At The Schoolhouse Door

More 9th Circuit antics: Public schools can ban anti-minority messages.

I haven't read the decision, but based on the (surely grossly simplified) article, my reaction is "how's that?"

Allowing a day of silence (and probably the shirts and printed materials that goes with it) but disallowing the response doesn't really sound viewpoint neutral to me - but hey, I don't know if I passed the bar yet, so I probably shouldn't talk.

3 comments:

Jared said...

I think those of us who passed the Bar are also shaking our heads in disbelief at the 9th Circuit on this one. It's a reminder of why the 9th is the most overturned circuit.

BTW, CD, you have passed the Bar, you just don't know it yet.

cd said...

Ack! Shush SHUSH! Don't say those things.

Two words: Berger Award.

Rob M. said...

Kozinski agrees with you, and he passed the bar (I hope).