Oh Snap! Cheerleader’s Social Media Post Leads to Supreme Court Free Speech Case

U.S. Supreme Court justices met on Wednesday to hear the case of a 14-year old girl whose profane rant on Snapchat led to her suspension from her school's cheer team. The case is shaping up to be one of the most momentous Supreme Court cases involving students and the First Amendment in decades. Frank D. LoMonte, Professor and Director at The Brechner Center for Freedom of Information, joined Wake Up with Cheddar to break down where he thinks the case goes from here and what sort of precedent it could set.
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