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August 1, 2009 2:31 AM

Trial date set in case of McSwain girl who was forced to remove anti-abortion shirt

A trial date has been set in the civil rights case of a Merced County girl who says she was forced to remove her anti-abortion T-shirt by school administrators in 2008. The case, filed by her mother, Anna Amador, alleges that administrators at McSwain Elementary School forced her then sixth-grade daughter to remove a T-shirt depicting a developing fetus on "National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day" in 2008.

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