Supreme Court Rules Against Teen in Speech Case Los Angeles Times Supreme Court reporter David Savage talks about Monday's ruling against a teenager who unfurled a banner saying "Bong Hits 4 Jesus," stating that the message could be interpreted as promoting drug use.
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Supreme Court Rules Against Teen in Speech Case

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Supreme Court Rules Against Teen in Speech Case

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Los Angeles Times Supreme Court reporter David Savage talks about Monday's ruling against a teenager who unfurled a banner saying "Bong Hits 4 Jesus," stating that the message could be interpreted as promoting drug use.

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David Savage, Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles Times