Lawyer Says SCOTUS to Decide if America Values Free Speech or Snitching

After an angry cheerleader made an unfortunate Snapchat post, a fellow student reported her and she got kicked off the squad. The Supreme Court will decide if the school violated her free speech rights in the case Mahanoy Area School District v. B. L.

But there’s even more at stake than that, according to Pacific Legal Foundation lawyer, Daniel Ortner, who submitted an amicus brief to the top court. He warns that ruling against the cheerleader would be encouraging a “snitch culture” and that America should not be turned into a society of informants.

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