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To Texas teenagers are facing in school suspensions and other disciplinary action for refusing to cut their dreadlocks seventeen year old yonder ray Arnold and his sixteen year old cousin Kate and Bradford have both been warned that the length of their dreadlocks violates the district's dress code policy but the school district denies that their dress code policy is