High school student Haley Bullwinkle, from Anaheim Hills, California, was recently ordered by school administrators to change out of a National Rifle Association t-shirt that she’d worn to class.
The t-shirt featured a buck, an American flag, and a silhouette of a hunter. The shirt says “National Rifle Association of America: Protecting America’s Traditions Since 1871.” Bullwinkle’s father was given the shirt for free when he became a member of the NRA.
On the day she wore the shirt, Haley was called into the principal’s office and told her shirt violated the school’s dress policy, which forbids offensive, violent, or divisive clothing.
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