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Supreme Court Backs Suits Challenging School Policies That Seek Only ‘Nominal’ Damages

March 8, 2021, Education Week

Kevin King spoke with Education Week about the Supreme Court’s ruling in a case involving students’ free speech rights on school and college campuses. Mr. King says, “The court’s decision is a win for civil rights. By reaffirming that parties may sue even when a violation does not cause easily identifiable harm, this decision will ensure that the courthouse doors remain open to a wide range of civil-rights plaintiffs.”

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