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Wisconsin high school sued over blocking t-shirts depicting guns


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A school in Wisconsin is facing a federal lawsuit asserting it violated its students' First Amendment rights by prohibiting them from wearing shirts that depict images of guns.

The suit was filed by a mother of two students at Kettle Moraine High School in Wales, Wisc., after her sons were sent to the principal's office and informed that their shirts were not appropriate for school, according to ABC News affiliate WISN.

The school's principal, Beth Kaminski, is the defendant in the lawsuit. She stated in an email, "We do not allow students to wear clothes that depict guns ... Moving forward, [the boys] cannot wear any items of clothing that depict guns.":snip:

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