The Good News Club, a private Christian organization for children, wanted to use Milford Central School property for their after school meetings. Milford denied their request. The Club sued, claiming that their rights to free speech were violated. Their case was appealed up to the Supreme Court. On February 28, 2001, the Court heard oral arguments (at https://goo.gl/G1nVWF), and on June 11, 2001, the Court held in the Club’s favor. Associate Justice Clarence Thomas explained,”by denying the Club access on the ground that the Club is religious in nature, discriminated against the Club because of its religious viewpoint in violation of Free Speech Clause.” The Court also found that any Club meetings on school property, after school hours, wouldn’t violate the Establishment Clause. You can listen to the Court’s announcement at https://goo.gl/G1nVWF.