The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District released a statement saying a student would not be expelled for refusing to stand for the pledge, khou.com reports. The district also announced an investigation into the incident.
'They said you are kicked out of here, ' she told the newspaper. The 1943 Supreme Court caseWest Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette, which permits students the ability to opt out of the Pledge of Allegiance, was referenced in the lawsuit.
"I don't think that the flag is what it says it's for, for liberty and justice and all that", India said, according to the station. It's not obviously what's going on in America today, ' she said.
A Houston teenager is suing her high school, claiming she was expelled for not standing during the Pledge of Allegiance. Critics of the protests say Americans should respect their nation's flag and that not doing so is particularly disrespectful to veterans.
But Pence walked out after several 49ers players opted to take a kneeduring the national anthem.
Kaepernick led the 49ers to the Super Bowl in 2013. National Football League players had recently taken action to protest some of President Trump's statements. "I was actually terrified, I see what's going on with the country", the student's mother Kizzy told the New York Daily News on Saturday.
The claim likewise charges that India was told after she was removed that "if your mother does not arrive in five minutes the police are coming".
No. 5 Penn State Rolls Past Ohio State, 3-0
Northwestern focused on stopping the Heisman Trophy candidate Barkley, who had minus-1 yard rushing at halftime. In the rare event when running back Saquon Barkley can't get untracked, Penn State has other options.
Google's Pixel 2 Lacks a Headphone Jack
Google hand frees are famous due to their ability to translate real time languages that helps making friends easier globally. The display is the only major difference which might compel buyers to look towards Pixel 2 XL instead of regular Pixel 2 .
Dianne Feinstein running for reelection next year
Dianne Feinstein called the US a "gun happy country" on NBC's "Meet the Press". "I've got things to fight for". Feinstein, who has served California in the Senate since 1992, will be 85 on Election Day next November.
Philippines to start extradition process for NY plotter
According to the us authorities, Salic would have played a role within the hospital of Cagayan de Oro in the southern Philippines. Aguirre added: "We have a process to be followed and this has been done many times in the past".
Son Of Radio Show Host "Delilah" Takes His Own Life
She said he had been battling depression "for some time" and had been receiving treatment for it before committing suicide . Syndicated nightly radio show host, Delilah Rene , announced Saturday that her son Zachariah passed away by suicide.