Father’s First Amendment Rights Not Violated When Providing Financial Information on Daughter’s FAFSA Account, Alaska High Court Concludes

“The superior court concluded that David was contractually obliged to participate in his daughters’ financial aid process, and as we explained above David failed to show that the superior court erred in reaching that conclusion,” the panel said. “Even if David’s participation in the financial aid process were speech or association, the First Amendment would not excuse David from speech or association that he contracted to make.”


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