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A. Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 393 U.S. 503 (1969). The students were suspended from school for showing their support of the anti-war movement. Wearing the armbands was protected by the First Amendment. It is implied that there are limitations to free speech in a school area, but the principal lacked the reasoning for imposing the limitations in this case. It was not shown that the conduct from the students would substantially interfere with appropriate school discipline.
B. Capp v. Carlito’s Mexican Bar & Grill No. 1, Inc., 655 S.E.2d 232 (2007).
In Case No. A07A1392, judgment affirmed the trial court’s decision granting judgment in favor Carlito’s in issue of medical expenses. Judgment reversed in trial courts grant of summary judgment to Carlito’s as to liability under Georgia Dram Shop Act, OCGA §51-1-40, and remanded the case for further proceedings in that issue. Case No. A07A1392, the court reversed the trial courts denial of Carlito’s motion to dismiss Capp’s claim for punitive damages under OCGA §51-1-40.
C. 29 U.S.C.A. §621 The statute set in place to promote employment of elderly people based on their work ability rather than their age. Also to prohibit age discrimination in the employment process.
D. M.S.A. §169.20, MN ST §169.20

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A. Tinker v. Des Moines Independent Community School District, 393 U.S. 503 (1969). The students were suspended from school for showing their support of the anti-war movement. Wearing the armbands

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