'I love boobies' bracelet causes controversy in Fresno
FRESNO, CA (KGO) -- Some popular cancer bracelets are causing a major controversy in schools in the Central Valley.
Recently, some students in Fresno began wearing plastic bracelets that say "I love boobies."
They're to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
Fresno unified school district officials confiscated them, before returning them after parents supported the children wearing them.
But the nearby Clovis district banned the bracelets - saying they're too sexually suggestive.
Clovis still allows similar ones that say "Live Strong" and "Just say no to drugs."
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