Sandefur on Pico

Timothy Sandefur has a post at the Panda's Thumb about the Gull Lake situation and the Thomas More Law Center's citing of Board of Education, Island Trees Union Free School District No 26 et al v. Pico in its letter to the Gull Lake school board. As he points out, Pico does not support their case at all.

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