This is a genuinely difficult case, although for reasons unrelated to whether Texas engaged in viewpoint discrimination by refusing to print license plates that display a symbol used by racist, slaveholding traitors.
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Parents Scott and Sharon Lane said their attempts to report religious harassment were dismissed with comments that “this is the Bible Belt,” and that their son could either change his faith or transfer to another school where “there were more Asians.”
"Plaintiffs’ alleged injuries flow from the Associated Press’s unauthorized disclosure of the documents," U.S. District Judge William J. Martini wrote. "The harms are not 'fairly traceable' to any act of surveillance."