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Texas law requires pupils stand for Pledge of Allegiance: violates free speech?

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Discussion started by Tok Staff:
A Texas black student objected to "liberty & justice for all", refused to stand, now suing school for harassment. Does law violate free speech?
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Results in this view: Y-can't Force 65% - Convince Me 10% - N-can Require 25%
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By Bud Green Free speech should reign supreme here!
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By Mike Hamlin standing and reciting are different items.
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By Bud Green Standing and reciting certainly are two different items....so what's your point? What's wrong with those that choose not to participate in the ritual for them to just sit down quietly while this goes on?