The other “Jesus shirt” case

Nova Scotians who followed the “Life is Wasted Without Jesus” controversy may be interested in this markedly similar case from Ohio, where a student’s T-shirt was banned because of a controversial religious message.

The difference? In the Ohio case, the shirt read, “Jesus is Not a Homophobe.”

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About Damian P.

Lawyer with Bedford Law, Bedford, Nova Scotia.
This entry was posted in Constitutional Law, Constitutional Law (USA), Freedom of Expression, Freedom of Religion, Human Rights. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to The other “Jesus shirt” case

  1. Bruce Rheinstein says:

    The discussion in Volokh’s comments, on what constitutes permissible and impermissible content on a t-shirt in school, is interesting.

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