"Day of Truth" Case Goes Forward

A case I mentioned a couple weeks ago, where a school denied permission to a student to hand out "day of truth" cards to classmates in response to the "day of silence" the day before, will go forward. The school filed a motion to dismiss and the judge rightly denied the motion. The ADF issued a press release about it. I can't imagine on what possible grounds the school tried to argue the case should be dismissed. The case is pretty much a no-brainer.

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