Texas school did not violate CROWN Act, judge rules

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A Texas judge has ruled that a local school did not violate the CROWN Act by suspending Darryl George, a black 18-year-old student, for his hairstyle. The school, Barbers Hill ISD, removed George from regular classes on August 31, arguing that his hair did not comply with the dress code. The CROWN Act, a Texas law that prohibits race-based hair discrimination, came into effect just one day later.

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