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A federal judge dismissed a West Virginia teacher’s civil rights lawsuit brought after she was fired over anti-Muslim tweets, rejecting her claim that the school’s enforcement of an immorality provision violates the First Amendment.

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A federal judge dismissed a West Virginia teacher’s civil rights lawsuit brought after she was fired over anti-Muslim tweets, rejecting her claim that the school’s enforcement of an immorality provision violates the First Amendment.

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