Victory: Federal Court Again Rules that High School Valedictorian Silenced for Referencing Christ Should Have Day in Court

I guess the right to free speech doesn’t include Christians in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — A federal district court has once again rebuffed an attempt by Clark County School District officials to dismiss a civil rights lawsuit brought by a high school senior whose microphone was turned off after she began speaking about the importance of religion in her life during her valedictory address. Brittany McComb, the 2006 valedictorian at Foothill High School, was silenced when she began reading parts of her speech that contained references to the Bible, God and her faith in Jesus Christ during her commencement speech.”

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