The ACLU notes similar cases have been settled in Pennsylvania and Kansas.
"Various courts have concluded that using your middle finger to express discontent or frustration is expressive conduct protected by the First Amendment," Mejia said. "We are very pleased that Orem has responded to our efforts to ensure that everyone's free speech rights are protected."
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