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ACLU steps in to defend California student who wore Bill Clinton ‘rape’ shirt to school

The Constitutional right to free speech is defended and upheld whether you like the message or not. Such is the reason the ACLU stepped in to defend a student at Central Coast High School in Orcutt, California, which is just outside Vandenberg Air Force Base. The shirt featured a graphic of former...
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