Cases: First Amendment- Symbolic Speech

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texas v johnson (1989)
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symbolic speech is protected by conflicts with gov interest, burning flag
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RAV v st paul (1992)
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burning flag on lawn,
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virginia v black (2003)
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cross burning, can be criminal offense if the intent to intimidate is proven
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moise v frederick
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first amendment does not protect educators from suppressing students speech at a school-supervised event that is resonabley viewed as promoting drug use “Bong Hits for Jesus”

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