Monday, July 23, 2007

Federal judge rejects tax payer demand for use of school web site


A federal judge Friday sided with a Columbia-area school district in a First Amendment dispute with a taxpayer over use of the Internet to communicate a political point of view.

Judge Cameron Currie rejected Randy Page's contention that as a Lexington 1 resident, he should be allowed to have his views posted on the school system's Web site, which has been used to convey official positions on public-policy issues.

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