(CNN) – Rules of decorum for the House of Representatives ended one member's statement on the Trayvon Martin case on Wednesday, CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash reports.
Standup and be counted because Trayvon "stood his ground" , without a weapon, just a Hoodie, skittles and a can of ice tea.
There is some serious concern over the use of "Stand your ground" laws in many states like Florida. Just because someone is wearing a hoodie doesn't mean that they are out to committed violence or other crime. There is still much to be heard and found out about this case.
The House has rules about not wearing a hat; since when is a hoodie a hat?