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Lithwick does it again



Dahlia Lithwick criticizes Justice Roberts' "less-than-spectacular record thus far on speech issues before the high court." Of course, she only mentions Morse v. Frederick, and not Wisconsin Right to Life v. FEC, thus implying that the ability for a high-school student to engage in disruptive conduct and sue school administrators for being disciplined is more important to free speech than, say, the ability to freely criticize elected officials.

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Rafael Mangual
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Legal Policy
rmangual@manhattan-institute.org

Katherine Lazarski
Manhattan Institute
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