Remember Haley from yesterday?
Well, it looks like the school administrators heard from lawyers, who probably briefed them on some of the settlements and judgements received by students in other school districts throughout America who were forced to remove their NRA t-shirts.
ANAHEIM HILLS (CBSLA.com) — A high school principal has apologized for forcing a 16-year-old student to remove her National Rifle Association shirt last month.
Haley Bullwinkle, a sophomore at Canyon High School, said she was asked to change or face suspension because her T-shirt, which featured a buck, an American flag, and a hunter’s silhouette, violated the school’s dress code and promoted gun violence.
How ironic is it that the school’s drill team uses <gasp> rifles!
You can’t fix stupid:
NY paper sues Putnam Co. for pistol permit records
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) – A suburban New York newspaper has sued Putnam County to compel it to release its pistol permit records.
The Journal News says it sued Thursday after the county denied two Freedom of Information requests and a subsequent appeal.
The newspaper first requested information from Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties following the Newtown, Conn., shooting massacre. It made another request after the state passed a gun control law allowing permit holders to apply to keep their names and addresses private.
US Supreme Court to take up misdemeanor domestic violence gun prohibitions
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will decide whether a man’s Tennessee misdemeanor domestic assault plea should ban him from owning a gun.
The high court on Tuesday agreed to hear an appeal of James Castleman’s case.
Castleman pleaded guilty to one count of misdemeanor domestic assault in 2001. He was then charged in 2009 with illegal possession of a firearm by a person convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence. A federal judge threw those charges out.