The article discusses the case, American Civil Liberties Union of Florida Inc. (ACLU) v. Miami-Dade County School Board. ACLU alleges that the Board violated the students' First Amendment Right of free access to ideas because it removed a library book based on personal biases. The author disputes the Eleventh Circuit's decision favoring the board with the Supreme Court's Pico standard requiring investigation of motives since the cited reason of educational unsuitability is deemed insufficient.
ACLU v. Miami-Dade County School Board: Reading Pico Imprecisely, Writing Undue Restrictions on Public School Library Books, and Adding to the Collection of Students' First Amendment Right Violations,
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