Whats the title of the article? Briefly summarize the story (150 words) focusing on the following information: Who is involved in the story?

I bought 825 words. I would like that split between 2 papers please. 400 words each.

PAPER 1: Bill of Rights Analysis
FIRST read the following story:

https://www.npr.org/2021/06/23/1001382019/supreme-court-rules-cheerleaders-f-bombs-are-protected-by-the-first-amendment

SECOND answer the following questions:
Whats the title of the article?
Briefly summarize the story (150 words) focusing on the following information:
Who is involved in the story? Describe the people, organizations, or government actors mentioned and their roles in the story.
What is the main event of this story? Which specific freedom is being debated?
What is the basic disagreement or question at the heart of this story – in 1-2 sentences?
What is the current status of the story? Has a Court made a final decision or is the case still undecided?
Analyze the story (250 words)
What are the different interpretations of the Freedom that the actors involved in the story have? Why does the relevant government actor in the story believe it is acceptable to limit the specific Freedom? Why do other people or organizations disagree with this?
Briefly, based on information about the First Amendment from our textbook reading this week, which side do you most agree with and why? (I agree with the Supreme Court’s ruling)

PAPER 2: Civil Rights Act of 1964 Analysis
FIRST read the following 3 articles:

https://www.loc.gov/exhibits/civil-rights-act/epilogue.html

(only Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson)
https://www.britannica.com/topic/Meritor-Savings-Bank-v-Vinson

https://www.oyez.org/cases/1973/72-6520

SECOND
In your own words, based on the first article, what are the specific protections the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides? Based on which specific categories?
What does the Act allow the Judicial Branch and courts to do in relation to civil rights?
For each of the two cases:
In your own words, briefly summarize the original case or question at hand.
In your own words, what was the Supreme Courts decision? How did the Supreme Court interpret the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in light of this case?
(Must total 400 words)