"In Tinker, this Court held that "[i]t can hardly be argued that … students … shed their constitutional rights to freedom of speech or expression at the schoolhouse gate." Yet [the school district] argues that students shed much of their freedom of speech even outside the schoolhouse gate, so long as their off-campus speech is reasonably expected to reach campus."
A blanket ban on medical procedures for minors is not a prescription for human liberty.
In 28 states, there's no minimum age for arresting kids.
even when the parents had originally agreed not to vaccinate, and one parent later changed his mind.
Colorado Couple's Adoption Plans Wrecked by Child Neglect Charges for Briefly Letting a Kid Nap in the Car
"If you're on that registry, you're bad."
As usual, at this point in the litigation the key questions focus on procedure.