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By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – A Pennsylvania teenager whose profanity-laced outburst on social media got her banished from her high school’s cheerleading squad is in the spotlight at the U.S. Supreme Court this week, arguing “I shouldn’t have to be afraid to express myself.” Brandi Levy, who made her Snapchat post away from school and on a weekend, is at the center of a major case testing the limits of the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment guarantee of freedom of speech.

The nine justices on Wednesday are set to hear arguments in the Mahanoy Area School District’s appeal of a lower court rulin…

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