"All we're trying to do now is trying to inform folks that we have a fad now that does not have a very good origination," Siplin said. "We're trying to make an example in school," he added, saying it would help students get jobs and a degree.
Ok, I'll bite. Why is it a matter of the state to regulate behavior? In my copy of the Constitution, I don't see any reference to this right.
“In a free society, there are simply some things too personal for government to regulate,” said ACLU of Virginia executive director Kent Willis, “and one of them is the style of our clothing.”
I hope that someone takes this to court.