A bill introduced by Rep. Hazelle Rogers (D-Lauderhill, Florida) has passed unanimously by members of the Florida House of Representatives’ K-20 Education Innovation Subcommittee.
“This pro-family, pro-education, pro-jobs bill provides each school district … adopt a student dress code of conduct, a policy that explains to each student their responsibility,” Rep. Rogers said. “This would make for a better school district and more productive students.”
The bill never mentions “sagging pants” but the wording of the bill prohibits students from wearing clothes that “exposes the underwear or body parts in an indecent or vulgar manner.”
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