Bell v. U-Board of Education (32 )
Significance, Performing Arts Censorship
Megara Bell et al.
The U-32 Board of Education
That the board of education had violated the First Amendment rights of the students.
Chief Lawyer for Plaintiff
Chief Defense Lawyer
Robert H. Opel
U.S. District Judge
Chief Judge Coffrin
U.S. District Court, District of Vermont
Date of Decision
17 March 1986
The school board did not violate the First Amendment rights of the students.
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