'I ♥ Boobies' Case Headed for the Supreme Court?

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The Easton Area School District will give the U.S. Supreme Court a chance to define the scope of a school's authority to regulate student speech when it seeks certiorari in the case over "I ♥ boobies" breast-cancer awareness bracelets.

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  • not available

    Im kinda old fashion and was shocked seeing the words, "boobies",
    but.....the school districts cry about now having enough funding, yet......

    "costs have been about $70,000 for the district, he said; most of that has been covered by insurance. About $23,000 has been paid by the district itself"

    IDIOTS......
    What a waste of money for something that could bring awareness to our young adults.

    Of course the courts will let you spend thousands and thousands.
    The courts are a business and nothing more these days!

  • Phillip

    This shows how our school district administrators have simply lost touch with reality.

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