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originally posted by: Kali74
a reply to: Bedlam
I already knew this was the case before opening a tab to research. Thanks for saving me the trouble. Much ohmergerd muh freedums from the same source lately. Hopefully they remember how to fact check sometime soon.
The district also has a dress code policy that prevents students from bearing flags or any other symbol on their shirts.
They are only allowed to wear plain shirts or ones with the school name or logo.
Weeks said on the first day of school, a student had both a Confederate and American flag displayed on his vehicle.
Because of the recent controversy about the stars and bars flag, the district decided no flags could be displayed on students’ vehicles while on school grounds.
originally posted by: ketsuko
This is how atheists remove faith from the public square, and now it's how people have removed the symbol of our country from the public square.