Gay-Straight Defiance: FL school forces lawyers to waste time
Eventually we will reach a day when public schools (especially Southern ones) will realize that they can't legally stand in the way of Gay-Straight Alliances. Unfortunately, today is not that day.
This from the AP:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Two Florida high school students on Tuesday sued their school board because they were not allowed to form a club that promotes the tolerance of gays.
The lawsuit claims violations of the First Amendment and the Federal Equal Access Act. The act requires schools to grant access and recognition to a Gay-Straight Alliance and other groups if the school allows any extracurricular group to meet on campus, said ACLU attorney Robert F. Rosenwald.
Fla. school sued over refusing gay-straight club [AP via Google]
Ugh, it's all so boring. But if schools want to keep dragging their feet, our side will keep going through the motions.
We'll update you once we win this one.
How many does this make?
Posted by: RainbowPhoenix | Feb 11, 2009 2:28:43 PM
How about we bus those kids from the Kansas City School that stood up for their GSA by the hundreds when WBC was there! Loved that article!
Posted by: LOrion | Feb 11, 2009 4:03:26 PM
Found it again..think it was on here but JH didn't link.
Posted on Fri, Feb. 06, 2009
Hundreds counter Phelps' anti-gay picketers at suburban KC high school
GO SEE PICTURES, they will make your day, surely did mine when I saw them.
Posted by: LOrion | Feb 11, 2009 8:39:26 PMcomments powered by Disqus