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Vote NO on HB800 and HB529 on March 23

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Vote NO on HB800 and HB529 on March 23

Dear [title] [last name],

Please, vote NO on HB800 and HB529 on March 23 in the Education Instruction Subcommittee. 

Whether schools allow parents to opt their children out of instruction about LGBTQ issues or they ban information about LGBTQ issues in textbooks, the effect of these bills is to say that there is something wrong with students based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. That is always a destructive message, especially when youth face so many challenges such as bullying and suicide.  Censoring and excluding content also runs counter to the First Amendment.

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summary

Both these bills are trying to inhibit LGBTQ content in our public schools. If it sounds like censorship, it is.

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Scott Cepicky Representative

Bruce Griffey Representative

Torrey Harris Representative

Tim Hicks Representative

Sam McKenzie Representative

Debra Moody Representative

Todd Warner Representative

Terri Weaver Representative

Kirk Haston Representative

Scott Cepicky Representative

why sign?

  • The intent and effects of this bill are discriminatory.
  • These bills are forms of censorship.