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05-09-12, 03:47 PM #1
Mother sues district, state for Constitutional violation after son cut from varsity team
An Arkansas mother has sued her son's high school for cutting her son from the school's varsity basketball team, claiming that he was deprived the right of a full education because he was not allowed to take part in school athletics."Like" us on facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Offic...93147194083228
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05-09-12, 04:21 PM #2
I feel sorry for that kid.
05-09-12, 04:45 PM #3I would like my country back. I used to believe that one man could never destroy this country. Not so sure anymore!
05-10-12, 06:14 PM #4
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05-10-12, 06:31 PM #5
He is a freshman. It's a varsity team. Maybe he needs to try the Jr Varsity or the track team or hell, anything. He has a right to an education, but last time I checked, sports didn't count toward graduation credits.
A quick google search tells me she's a lawyer. Like that's a surprise. And according to this her actions haven't always been above board, either.\\` ` ` ` < ` )___/\
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05-13-12, 02:22 AM #6
Last I checked, receiving an education is not a right, and therefore is not covered by the Constitution or Natural Law.
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