The Georgia Recorder reports:
A watered-down version of a bill opponents called Georgia’s version of “Don’t Say Gay” legislation appears dead in the water after failing in a crucial Senate committee Wednesday.
The first version of the bill would have restricted schools, camp counselors and other authority figures from answering children’s questions about gender identity or sexual orientation.
The latest version would have required all local boards of education to develop a policy for dealing with parental involvement and child privacy related to issues of gender identity.
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“I can tell you one of the very best ways to run off the best teachers in this state is to tell us that we have to lie to our students and that we have to turn them away,” said Tracey Nance, a recent teacher of the year. https://t.co/kfCGZeggCY #gapol
— Georgia Recorder (@GeorgiaRecorder) March 1, 2023