The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a school district's appeal of a ruling that it violated a student's rights by censoring his anti-Bush T-shirt. The shirt bore images of cocaine and a martini glass -- but also had messages calling President Bush the "chicken-hawk-in-chief" who was engaged in a "world domination tour." In a ruling last Monday, the Court said schools could regulate student expression that advocated drug use. Justice Samuel Alito cautioned that schools could not censor political speech.
High Court Rejects School's Appeal in Anti-Bush T-Shirt Case
The Associated Press
July 2, 2007