WESTFIELD, Mass. — A federal judge ruled March 17 that students at Westfield High School, Westfield, Mass., had the right to distribute religiously-themed candy last Christmas and should not have been suspended. U.S. District Court Judge Frank Freedman said the students’ free speech rights were violated when they were prohibited from handing out candy canes with Christian messages. Freedman also…
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