High Court Hands Down Free-Speech Rulings

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The Supreme Court entered its last week of the term Monday with three major First Amendment decisions. They included one rejecting a student's free speech rights to hold a sign that reads "Bong Hits for Jesus." Another said the president could not be sued for his faith-based initiative.

Anthony Brooks talks with Dahlia Lithwick of the online magazine Slate.



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