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Old 07-22-2008, 05:23 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by MayChe View Post
Baskin said many Native American tribes include hair length as a religious belief and if the case is litigated, a court will have to consider a number of factors. "Where does the religious tenet come from? Is it an organized religion or a personal set of beliefs?" she said.
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pshaw! who gives any judge the right to question the basis of Native cultural beliefs...this kid is going to get to keep his long hair, it's called the "Bill of Rights", not even Texas can get out of that.

my lil bro is half kainai and half austrian. he goes to a german public school but he wears his light-brown hair long. i wish that school district would try something stupid like that one! puhleez
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