The Slants are an Asian-American band based out of Portland, Oregon. With their popularity growing, the band's attorney suggested they trademark their name. But the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected the band's application, citing the fact that "slant" is a racial slur for people of Asian descent.
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