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Supreme Court rules student's off-campus remarks did not warrant suspension

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The Supreme Court has ruled in the favor of a student who was suspended after she used vulgar language in a post off of school grounds. The justices agreed that her remarks did not warrant suspension but did not go so far as to decide a larger ruling that all speech off grounds could not be punished by a school. NBC's Pete  Williams has details.