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Carmel High allowed an anti-abortion poster. Now what about the other side?


Carmel High allowed an anti-abortion poster. Now what about the other side?
Indianapolis Star

Since Carmel Clay Schools administrators allowed a student group to display an anti-abortion poster in the high school cafeteria, do they now have to make room for a poster supporting abortion rights?And would it potentially open the door to more advocacy posters in the school?A newly formed student group, Voices United, wants the same exception that it says was granted to Carmel Teens for Life to air its views on abortion inside Carmel High School.Represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana, Voices United brought its case to a federal judge Tuesday. The student club asked for a preliminary injunction in order to hang a sign for 10 days that says in colorful block letters: "I am pro choice. I am also... pro adoption, pro birth control, pro abstinence and pro women's rights.

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