A Rhode Island city is doing away with some school traditions, after a gender discrimination complaint.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony explains:
Daddy's little girls, in Cranston, Rhode Island, will have to find a different date with dad. (music) The city is doing away with father-daughter school dances after a single mother filed a gender discrimination complaint; taking her case to the ACLU, saying her daughter wasn't allowed to attend a dance. School attorneys then decided those dances and mother-son ball games violate state discrimination law. One Cranston school committee member hopes they can switch to family dances and events.
Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.
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