Teachers Lost Rights by Blocking Curb Cuts, Court Finds

, New York Law Journal

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Long Island teachers upset over the slow pace of contract talks had a free-speech right to legally park their cars in front of the school as a public protest, but lost their First Amendment privileges by disrupting traffic and potentially endangering children and educators, a divided state Court of Appeals held on Tuesday.

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