Residents of South Pasadena, California want the city to enforce a ban on cussing, and a 14-year-old boy is leading the group.
McKay Hatch, founder of the "No Cussing Club," took his case to the city council. The club wants South Pasadena to become an official no cussing zone.
Hatch created his club six months ago with five members. Chapters have now spread to 32 cities and 11 countries.
Even the police chief says he plans to join up and sponsors are already paying for more t-shirts, wristbands and hats to spread the message.
As for the city council, there is no decision yet on whether to enact the ban on foul language.
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