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She has been recognized as damaged, adult in a way none of her classmates are, worthy of treatment that seems to violate the boundaries of normal student-teacher relationships.
We hold that the challenged ordinances violate the First Amendment because they are content-based regulations of speech that cannot survive strict scrutiny.
Those who violate the curfew, including their parents or guardians, could face a $1,000 fine or a misdemeanor, officials said, noting that it is parents’ responsibility to ensure their children do not violate the curfew.
The law would allow students who are subjected to seclusion or restraint in a way that violates the law to file a civil lawsuit against the school or program.
NATIONAL BAN ON SCHOOL USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT OF STUDENTS INTRODUCED IN CONGRESSBY JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICA AND JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNENOVEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
In addition to flagging election misinformation, Facebook said it removed 265,000 posts on Instagram and Facebook for violating its policy against voter suppression.
Herring on Tuesday filed an opposition to the preliminary injunction and a memo in support of a motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a wedding photographer who says the Virginia Values Act violates his First Amendment rights.
Nearly three years ago, the AI proactively found about 24 percent of the violating posts.
As for Bannon’s posts, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said they had been taken down but that the rightwing firebrand had not violated the company’s rules frequently enough to warrant banning him from the platform.
Chula Vista also plans to ramp up enforcement of individuals and businesses who violate public health orders, the U-T reports.
The idea that strength training makes you a faster runner seems to violate the principle of training specificity.

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