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Legal Battle over an Anti-War T-Shirt
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Legal Battle over an Anti-War T-Shirt

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Legal Battle over an Anti-War T-Shirt

Legal Battle over an Anti-War T-Shirt
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An Oklahoma woman is trying to stop an Arizona shirt distributor from having the name of her dead son displayed on a T-shirt protesting the ongoing U.S.-led occupation of Iraq.

Laurel Morales of member station KNAU in Flagstaff, Ariz., reports on the emotional battle pitting First Amendment rights versus a parent's right to privacy.

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