Robbing the world of a sassy Justice Scalia decision built around the word boobies, the Supreme Court has declined to hear a case about breast-cancer awareness bracelets. Free speech, however, prevails, as the decision allows a previous Court of Appeals ruling in favor of two teenage girls to stand. Last year, a Pennsylvania school district was blocked from banning the bracelets because they are "not plainly lewd and because they comment on a social issue." Students Brianna Hawk and Kayla Martinez, middle-schoolers at the time, were originally suspended and barred from a school dance for rocking the Keep A Breast Foundation merchandise. Turns out they were the mature ones all along.
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