Jaxon Owens, 17, was editor-in-chief of the Viking Vanguard student newspaper at Puyallup High School last year when he spoke at a Senate hearing in Olympia. He supported a bill that would protect student journalists' free speech in school-sponsored media at public schools. That bill is on the brink of passage this year.
Jaxon Owens, 17, was editor-in-chief of the Viking Vanguard student newspaper at Puyallup High School last year when he spoke at a Senate hearing in Olympia. He supported a bill that would protect student journalists' free speech in school-sponsored media at public schools. That bill is on the brink of passage this year. Ted S. Warren AP file photo, 2017
Jaxon Owens, 17, was editor-in-chief of the Viking Vanguard student newspaper at Puyallup High School last year when he spoke at a Senate hearing in Olympia. He supported a bill that would protect student journalists' free speech in school-sponsored media at public schools. That bill is on the brink of passage this year. Ted S. Warren AP file photo, 2017

Let Washington students publish truth fearlessly

March 05, 2018 02:46 PM