The saggy pants saga continues. This time, the Lawndale community in Chicago wants to enforce a ban on saggy pants, BET reports. There is a growing nationwide concern with the trend of wearing one's pants so low, the undergarment shows. The ACLU has continually chimed in on the issue, defending the first amendment rights of the saggy-pants wearers.

Should city governments be able enforce how citizens are to dress? The Illinois American Civil Liberties Union says no. The ACLU said that saggy pants laws have a disproportionate racial impact, “mostly, perhaps, on African Americans,” reports FOX Chicago.

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