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County forced to pay student arrested for anti-Obama sticker
By: Bill O'ReillyJanuary 11, 2010
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UPI: A Colorado county has agreed to pay $4,000 to a student arrested for wearing a "Nobama" sticker on his shirt during a visit to his school by Michelle Obama.

The American Civil Liberties Union represented Blake Benson in his fight with Jefferson County, The Denver Post reported. Benson, who was also carrying a sign supporting the Republican presidential ticket during the visit by Michelle Obama, was arrested Nov. 3 outside the auditorium at Dakota Ridge High School after he refused to leave.

The county agreed to settle to avoid a lawsuit.
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