The opt-in bill has discriminatory elements. It requires, for example, an opt-in for any sexual orientation or gender identity curriculum. It also has a chilling effect on students joining school clubs so it will affect GSA participation. There are some amendments in the House bill that make it different from the Senate version. It requires opt out instead of opt in for certain health screenings. It also added a provision that allows students 18+ to choose their own school clubs without getting parent or guardian permission. We still oppose the bill despite these changes.