School District to Pay $30,000 over Ban on Student’s Pro-Life Club

By Published on November 20, 2015

The Clark County School District agreed to pay $30,000 to a Chicago-based law firm representing a West Career and Technical Academy student who was forbidden from starting an anti-abortion club.

The Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit in August against the school and the district after West Career student Angelique Clark’s application to form a pro-life club was denied for reasons the firm said violated her free-speech rights. That lawsuit was dismissed last week after the parties reached a settlement.

The $30,000 covers legal fees.


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