In 2008, Butte High School officials required Renee Griffith and other outstanding students to turn in their speeches for review prior to graduation. The Court assessed Griffith's rights were violated when school administrators told Griffith she couldn't mention God or Jesus in her valedictorian speech.
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Montana's Supreme Court has ruled 5-to-1 in favor of a high school valedictorian who claimed her free speech and religious rights were violated.
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