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The Minnesota Supreme Court heard oral arguments Feb. 8 about whether a former University of Minnesota mortuary science student had a constitutional right to free speech when she posted remarks about her lab cadaver on her Facebook page.

Amanda Tatro of Minneapolis wrote the statements in November and early December 2009. "Who knew embalming lab was so cathartic!" she said. "I still want to stab a certain someone in the...

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