A student at a high school in Anaheim Hills said administrators ordered her to change out of a T-shirt that promoted the National Rifle Association.
Sophomore Haley Bullwinkle said when she wore her NRA shirt to Canyon High School last month, she landed in the principal's office for violating the school's dress code that forbids offensive, violent or divisive clothing.
"They were treating me like I was a criminal," she said. "I was not allowed to wear that at school because it promoted gun violence."
The shirt, which was a gift from Bullwinkle's father when he became a card-carrying member of the NRA, features a buck, an American flag and a hunter's silhouette. It also has the words "National Rifle Association of America: Protecting America's Traditions Since 1871" written in the center.
(Hat tip to Reason commenter Longtorso, Johnny)