The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week that a South Carolina school district did not discriminate against a local activist when it refused to publish links to school voucher information on its web site.

Randy Page, head of South Carolinians for Responsible Government, filed a lawsuit in March after Lexington County School District 1 did not post links to web sites advocating school-voucher programs. The school system's web site included links to sites that argued against vouchers in South Carolina and across the country. Kevin Hall, an attorney for Page, did not immediately return phone messages left by


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