I (Heart) Boobies
The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the Easton Area School District that wanted to prevent students from wearing “I (heart) Boobies!” bracelets to promote breast cancer awareness among young people.
The court battle between two girls and their Pennsylvania school over “I (heart) Boobies!” bracelets could be settled by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The case of an eastern Pennsylvania school that attempted to ban breast-cancer fundraising bracelets that read “I (heart) boobies!” in 2010 was in court in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
The case of an eastern Pennsylvania school that attempted to ban breast-cancer fundraising bracelets that read “I (heart) boobies!” in 2010 will head to a full federal appeals court.
An eastern Pennsylvania school district has appealed a judge’s ruling that prevents the school from banning breast cancer fundraising bracelets that say “I (heart) boobies!
A federal judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that the “I (heart) boobies!” breast cancer awareness fundraising bracelets aren’t lewd or vulgar, so it’s OK for public school students to wear them.
An eastern Pennsylvania school district sued over its ban on “I (heart) boobies!” bracelets calls the phrase “vulgar” and says it led a middle-school boy to touch a girl’s breast.
Federal judges don’t often weigh in on middle-school dances. But two Pennsylvania girls have U.S. District Judge Mary McLaughlin to thank for their invites to Friday’s Snow Ball dance.
Two mothers filed a free-speech lawsuit Monday against a Pennsylvania school district that suspended their daughters for wearing the popular “I (heart) boobies!” bracelets.
The American Civil Liberties Union wants an eastern Pennsylvania school district to rescind a ban on breast cancer awareness bracelets featuring the word “boobies,” saying it violates students’ free speech rights.