Last month, we reported that a Maryland Catholic high school, St. John’s Literary Institution, was ordered by a Frederick County Circuit Judge to reinstate two expelled students until a trial was set. When the case went before a U.S. District judge, the right of the school to expel the students was upheld (they were engaged in heavy petting, fondling and kissing in the hallway). Not only that, but the judge ruled against a request on the part of the students that the case be remanded back to Frederick County.

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