Bright & Early: Maybe We Can’t Sag If We Want To Edition

Good morning, Nashville. The Saggy Pants Bill may be off the table in the House if someone can’t figure out a way to make it cost less than $500,000 to enforce. Though we’re not entirely sure how it’s that expensive to tell folks to pull up their pants unless they’re creating a special new Pants Patrol, we are relieved that News Channel 5 has gotten to the bottom of the pants-sagging trend: ACLU member Joe Sweat explains, “Young people started to do it to show sympathy, empathy for people in prison.” We had no idea.

Photo by Kittywinks Peeks.

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