PORTLAND, Ore. — A former Portland-area teacher who was escorted from his local high school by police over his continued opposition to Planned Parenthood has lost his federal lawsuit as a judge has dismissed the legal challenge.The $390,000 lawsuit filed by Bill Diss was to have gone on trial this week, but Judge Paul Papak recently granted summary judgment to the school district that terminated his teaching contract.“There is no evidence of discriminatory motive on the part of any school district employee. Rather, the evidence shows that the individual defendants were largely unaware of Diss’s religious beliefs until he began disrupting a school district program and behaving unprofessionally toward school district partners,” attorneys for Portland Public Schools had written in its motion for summary judgment.

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