The Alaska School Activities Association has reversed the decision of a referee who disqualified the winner of a swimming meet because she got a wedgie. The ref said the girl's swimsuit violated a rule requiring suits to cover the buttocks. But the girl's coach noted that she was wearing a school-issued suit and that no other swimmers were disqualified for wearing those suits. And swimming coaches at other schools criticized the disqualification, noting that wedgies are a common, and uncomfortable, part of swimming. In overturning the disqualification, the association noted that the rules say that if there is a problem with swimsuits the coach must be notified before the start of a heat or dive, not after.
He Lost His Eye After a Cop Allegedly Fired a Tear Gas Canister at His Face. The Officer Says He Has Qualified Immunity.
If the officer succeeds, the victim will not be allowed to sue on those claims.
Cops laugh about “probable cause on four legs” but the damage to innocent lives is real.
The CDC Director Misrepresented the Study She Cited To Justify Her Misleading Estimate of Outdoor COVID-19 Risk
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