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Federal court backs California school that forced students to remove U.S. flag clothing for fear of ethnic violence

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A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that school officials in northern California did not violate students' First Amendment rights by forcing them to remove clothing displaying the U.S. flag on Cinco de Mayo, for fear it would provoke a violent reaction from Hispanic classmates. "School officials anticipated violence or substantial disruption of or material interference with school...

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