Federal Court rules Student can pass out Constitutions and Religious Material

, Spencer Irvine, Leave a comment

Interesting court case, as the College Fix noted:

“A Washington state high school’s rule that would have blocked students from passing out the Constitution has been struck down as unconstitutional by a federal judge.”

“The Student Press Law Center reports that student Michael Leal filed suit against Everett Public Schools for denying him the right to evangelize for his Christian faith during the lunch period – because he was handing out “non-student-produced materials””