Kansas Teen Wins Fight Against School's Prom Policy

Courtney Widener's 21-year-old airman brother was barred from escorting her to prom.
1:21 | 05/01/13

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The topic has sparked quite a debate here in the entire town of liberal -- high school junior denied her wish. To have her brother her older brother escort her to calm. The administration here in high school -- since it's. -- seventeen year old Corky her mental powers England running with the principal. The superintendent -- first we'll for what she has single handedly -- a little school district to change its policy regarding exports to clone. She had planned it. Her brother US air force airman Jason -- escorted her. Its principal said no he was too old. I feel like if a father and Ron & Fez Clinton study should be allowed to is. A grandfather one and as squaring his grin -- should be allowed to -- I feel like this will solve problems many other people and future. -- parents' blessing Courtney guides the media calls the district now agreed to revise their policy. I think it was a great idea person shows maturity it shows the fact that she -- she recognizes that this could become a big problem and she wanted to resolve -- and it was it was all her ideas and she's pretty much friends me. You can find links to both of Courtney his letter and the school district in the principal's response on our web channel -- dot com. In liberal -- -- locate news.

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