Judge Lifts Restraining Order Against Creative Loafing Charlotte

july 15, 2002  01:06 pm
The gag order that was lifted last Wednesday prohibited the paper from publishing documentation of high school grade-tampering provided by former teachers of Crossroads Charter High School. In CL's June 19 issue, staff writer Tara Servatius reported that the teachers complained that school administrators changed grades so students could graduate. Creative Loafing Editor John Grooms hails the decision: "We're glad we were able to strike a small blow for freedom," he says.