Recently a kid wore a shirt that says "Abortion is not healthcare" to a school in PA. He wore it on the day Obama spoke to Schoo Children about staying in school as a form of protest. Something you'd think would be protected under the 1st amendment. He was forced to turn the shirt inside out because it offended some students. His father is now suing the school district WITH the support of the ACLU, surprisingly. So what types of shirts should schools legitimately be able to ban? I mean, is the fact that somebody gets offended by it enough to ban it? There are a lot of things that people could put on shirts and it would be hard to find something that didn't offend anybody. Some people would even get offended by a simple smilie face. I think the school was in the wrong here. As far as I know the dress code for most public schools is somewhere along the lines of: 1. No profanity 2. No crude imagery including porn 3. No beer or drug references Keep in mind we are talking about public schools here. The school in question was a middle school.