The Coastal Packet: Your rights with the Pledge of Allegiance

Sunday, March 22

Your rights with the Pledge of Allegiance

Maine ACLU - The Supreme Court ruled in 1943 that it is just as much a violation of your First Amendment rights for the government to make you say something you don't want to say as it is for the government to prevent you from saying what you do want to say. You have a right to remain silently seated during the pledge. Note, however, that if you decline to say the pledge that you do not have the right to disrupt the proceedings.
the Supreme Court ruled in 1943 that it is just as much a violation of your First Amendment rights for the government to make you say something you don't want to say as it is for the government to prevent you from saying what you do want to say. You have a right to remain silently seated during the pledge. Note, however, that if you decline to say the pledge that you do not have the right to disrupt the proceedings.  - See more at: http://aclumaine.org/#sthash.MvLtR8sD.dpuf
the Supreme Court ruled in 1943 that it is just as much a violation of your First Amendment rights for the government to make you say something you don't want to say as it is for the government to prevent you from saying what you do want to say. You have a right to remain silently seated during the pledge. Note, however, that if you decline to say the pledge that you do not have the right to disrupt the proceedings.  - See more at: http://aclumaine.org/#sthash.MvLtR8sD.dpuf
the Supreme Court ruled in 1943 that it is just as much a violation of your First Amendment rights for the government to make you say something you don't want to say as it is for the government to prevent you from saying what you do want to say. You have a right to remain silently seated during the pledge. Note, however, that if you decline to say the pledge that you do not have the right to disrupt the proceedings.  - See more at: http://aclumaine.org/#sthash.MvLtR8sD.dpuf

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