The Federal communications Commission today rejected the complaint by Diane Goncalves against Marshall Miles, and Tri-State Public Communications asserting that
FCC rules were violated when Miles spoke out against certain Region One school board members, and endorsed candidates in the school board elections. And the FCC went on to clearly state that the practice of personal endorsements can continue by continuing to state and label the opinion as Miles own.
The administration of Region One may be able to bully and muzzle opposition in the school system, but not out in the real world where free speech, and free thinking is not restricted and banned, but cherished.
Attached please find the FCC decision.
Congratulations on the courts ruling for your freedom of speech. keep at it….. Love the new HVRHS page. You do have them all on the run….and they will be run out of town…… I loved the definition of New contract vs. renewing it with giving themselves more and more…… LOVE YA KEEP UP THE PRESSURE AND MAKE THEM GO AWAY…….
Congratulations, Marshall! The First Amendment right of free speech is the most splendid of all human rights. The First Amendment of the United States Constitution protects the right to freedom of religion and freedom of expression FROM GOVERNMENT INTERFERENCE. This is particularly significant since the attempt to stifle your speech was made by a person using the title of a state government official rather than the identity of an individual citizen.