School suspends 2 students for sharing photos at gun range. Now the ACLU is helping the students sue the school.
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The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit on behalf of two high school students who received suspensions in 2018 for sharing personal photos of themselves at a firing range on social media. What's the backstory? The suspension took place in March 2018 after the students — who have since graduated from the high school in question — shared the pictures in question on Snapchat.

One of the posts, according to Insider NJ, read "hot stuff," and "If there's ever a zombie apocalypse, you...

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