After Columbine, principals became outlaws

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The outlaw in your school isn’t wearing a trenchcoat, he’s wearing a tie. Even before the Columbine shooting, principals were banning backpacks, lockers, mobile phones, and baggy pants. Now, they’re ignoring the proven constitutional rights of students by banning all forms of free expression.The outlaw in your school isn’t wearing a trenchcoat, he’s wearing a tie. Even before the Columbine shooting, principals were banning backpacks, lockers, mobile phones, and baggy pants. Now, they’re ignoring the proven constitutional rights of students by banning all forms of free expression.

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