Jan 152011
 
 January 15, 2011  Court, Youth & Schools

Kelly Dame reports on case in Michigan:

The parents of a Midland Public Schools student have sued the district and two employees in federal court, alleging their right to privacy under the First Amendment has been violated.

Michael and Sandra Reardon filed suit against the district, H.H. Dow High counselor Kurt Faust and school employee Laurie Stevens, this week in the U.S. District Court in Bay City.

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The suit states the Reardon’s right to privacy under the First Amendment to decide, free from government interference, matters concerning their child were violated by the defendants in the case. The privacy right, Gildner wrote, includes inculcating their children with the values and standards they deem desirable, and that the government interfered without compelling justification.

Read more about this case on Midland Daily News.

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