Supreme Court Hears Strip-Search Case

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Three Fingered On Class Trip To Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON—The second fingering reportedly took place Thursday night at the hotel after chaperones failed to notice that Nick Stern had been hiding in Jamie Cavanaugh's bathroom during a 10 p.m. room check.
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Supreme Court Hears Strip-Search Case

The Supreme Court heard arguments in Safford Unified School District v. Redding, in which the family of a 13-year-old girl sued after school officials strip-searched her for prescription ibuprofen. What do you think?
  • "My parents threatened to sue the school when I was strip-searched, but they settled in exchange for letting me pass eighth grade."

    Gary Pease
    Wooden Frame Builder
  • "Not a big deal. Back when I was a police officer, I used to kiss all my suspects."

    Jay Armacast
    Track Oiler
  • "My teenager never has headaches. Do you think she's on the ibuprofen, too?"

    Patricia McGraw
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