Court sides with school over 'Cinco' shirts

The controversy erupted after four boys were sent home for refusing to turn their American flag shirts inside out or change them during a Cinco de Mayo celebration last year.

School administrators say they feared the shirts would incite violence and were worn specifically to provoke Hispanic students.

The boys' parents filed the civil suit, claiming administrators violated their sons' First Amendment rights.

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