Free speech to a point?


I read with interest that a judge in Texas allowed the cheerleaders from a Southeast Texas high school to use verses from the Bible for their cheerleading activities (“Texas cheerleaders win Bible ruling,” Daily Briefing, May 9). One wonders how the judge might have ruled if cheerleaders from another school had requested permission to use verses from the Koran.

Allen Rossiter


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