Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) and George Santos (R-NY) have co-sponsored a bill that would prohibit publishers from providing schools with “sexually explicit material.” Flagged by LGBT Nation, the bill – H.R. 863 – was filed by freshman Rep. Cory Mills (R-FL) last week.
Though text of the legislation remains to be seen, its description’s use of the words “sexually explicit material” could prove problematic, as it would seemingly encompass any number of books – including many classics – that describe sexual activity of any kind.
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Last month Mills earned headlines when he handed out dummy hand grenades to House reps. Mills owns a company that sells weapons and riot control gear.
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Marjorie Taylor Greene and George Santos Co-Sponsor Bill Seeking to Ban Certain Books from Schools https://t.co/jHwA4tPopJ via @mediaite
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