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Judge stops school from expelling girl who refused to wear tracking device
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[quote:MarkinAZ:MV8yMDYxOTI1XzM0Njg5Mjc4Xzk4QkZDREU1] I wish I knew how to contact this young woman and/or her parents! [b][i][u][color=darkred]Her courage and bravery[/color][/u][/i][/b] in standing up to the authorities [b][u][i][color=darkred]should be commended and rewarded. [/color][/i][/u][/b]Maybe a scholarship fund set up for her with those wishing to do so able to contribute a tax deductible $1, $5, $20, $50 or whatever! This girl should be college bound to one of the best schools and she should not be concerned about how to pay for her higher education.[b][i][color=darkred] So few have the guts and tenacity she displayed - and when you find one that does - everything possible should be done to encourage/ help/ support/ her in her quest for freedom!!! Someday it may well be our freedom she is defending before the Supreme Court or whomever![/color][/i][/b] [/quote]
A Texas high school student will be allowed to continue going to class for now despite her refusal to cooperate with a program that forces pupils to be mandatorily tracked with computer chips.
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