§ 150. Complaint, petition, or declaration—Challenging enactment of restricted book policy and parental consent scheme requiring parents of all students in class to consent to use of restricted novel before novel may be used in class—By guardian ad litem—For judgment declaring restricted book policy and parental consent requirement unconstitutional and for injunction preventing enforcement | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

§ 150. Complaint, petition, or declaration—Challenging enactment of restricted book policy and parental consent scheme requiring parents of all students in class to consent to use of restricted novel before novel may be used in class—By guardian ad litem—For judgment declaring restricted book policy and parental consent requirement unconstitutional and for injunction preventing enforcement | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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22 Am. Jur. Pl. & Pr. Forms Schools § 150
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§ 150. Complaint, petition, or declaration—Challenging enactment of restricted book policy and parental consent scheme requiring parents of all students in class to consent to use of restricted novel before novel may be used in class—By guardian ad litem—For judgment declaring restricted book policy and parental consent requirement unconstitutional and for injunction preventing enforcement
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