In Ohio, Canton South High School officials have given Zachery Aufderheide two days of in-school suspension for refusing to cut his hair. Zach is growing his hair out to donate to Locks for Love, the second time he'll make such a donation. But offiicals say he's in violation of the dress code, which says male students can't have hair below the shirt collar.
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