A lawyer for the Cobb County, Ga., school district’s abandoned defense of placing stickers questioning the theory of evolution in school science books maintained Wednesday that the stickers’ opponents did not win a total victory.

E. Linwood Gunn IV said that by settling the case, the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia and other sticker opponents did not win a precedent against such stickers.

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