School District Faces Lawsuit After Forcing Students To Remove ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Shirts

Two students who were prohibited from wearing clothing that featured a phrase critical of President Biden have filed a lawsuit against their Michigan school district.
The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) — self-described as “a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to defending and sustaining the individual rights of all Americans to free speech and free thought” — are representing the Tri County Middle School students who sued the school district Tuesday for viewpoint discrimination after they were forced to remove sweatshirts they wore to school that featured the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” in February 2022.
An assistant principal and a teacher “ordered the boys to remove the sweatshirts” for allegedly breaking dress code while allowing other students to don other political apparel like “gay-pride-themed hoodies,” according to FIRE.

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