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St. Charles County district reaches $70K settlement

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The Francis Howell School District in St. Charles County reached a $70,000 settlement with a group of parents and the Institute for Free Speech, the Washington, D.C., nonprofit that backed them.

The parents filed suit in February, alleging district officials unfairly used a no-advertising policy to stop them from mentioning the name of a conservative parents’ political action committee during board meetings.

The PAC, called Francis Howell Families, backed the winners of the district’s two open board seats in April.

Read more from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.


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