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Visitor by submit by Bob Unruh
Had ripped down flyers from parental rights group
The mayor of Newburyport, Massachusetts, determined he didn’t just like the message being supplied in his group by a parental rights group.
That group, Residents for Accountable Schooling, had considerations concerning public faculty indoctrination and sure troubling instruction taking place regionally.
So members deliberate a discussion board, known as “What’s Social-Emotional Studying? What each guardian must learn about SEL and culturally responsive instructing in our public faculties.”
Topics to be coated embrace vital race concept; gender identification ideology; intercourse schooling curriculum; and variety, fairness, and inclusion initiatives.
That was a message Mayor Sean Reardon determined he wouldn’t tolerate.
So when the mother and father posted flyers promoting their assembly, Reardon ripped them down.
Now the decision to that battle has resulted in a big victory without spending a dime speech, in keeping with a report from the American Center for Law and Justice.
“Along with receiving a financial fee to cowl the damages CRE suffered, Newburyport’s Mayor Reardon agreed to problem a public assertion acknowledging that his actions in ‘remov[ing] flyers from bulletin boards’ and the town’s posting insurance policies ought to have higher promoted the constitutionally protected free speech rights of CRE and, sooner or later, postings is probably not censored based mostly on their content material or the viewpoints expressed,” the ACLJ reported.
“Moreover, Newburyport has agreed to revise its posting insurance policies by eradicating its prohibition on spiritual flyers and its imprecise flyer evaluate and approval course of.”
The ACLJ reported that Matt Petry, a reporter for The Each day Information of Newburyport, posted on social media that Reardon had confirmed he was ripping down the flyers.