Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Pennsylvania Student In Major Free Speech Case

The case involves how schools can enforce rules of conduct on social media

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The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled in a major free speech case involving when schools can enforce rules of conduct on social media.

The case involves Brandi Levy, who didn’t make the varsity cut as a freshman cheerleader for her school, posting a vulgar message to the social media app Snapchat, saying, “‘F*** school, F*** cheer, F*** softball, F*** everything,'” she recounted to ABC News Live.

 Days later, Lee’s school accused her of breaching a code of conduct and suspended her from cheerleading for an entire year.

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