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parents' bill of rights

  • LGBTQ Advocates are speaking out against proposals in the legislature they say could harm LGBTQ youth. One involves the ability of transgender women and girls to compete on female school sports teams. The other clarifies the rights parents have over their children in schools—but opponents worry it could force school officials to reveal private conversations with students.
  • The bill is called the Parents Bill of Rights and it gives parents ultimate say in the direction of their child’s education and healthcare planning. Supporters argue the bill clarifies what’s already supposed to happen, but opponents worry the measure may open the door to discriminate against LGBTQ and minority students and allow parents to opt out of immunizations and health exams.
  • The bill is called the Parents Bill of Rights and it gives parents ultimate say in the direction of their child’s education and healthcare planning. Supporters argue the bill clarifies what’s already supposed to happen, but opponents worry the measure may open the door to discriminate against LGBTQ and minority students and allow parents to opt out of immunizations and health exams.
  • Florida lawmakers want to clarify the rights parents have in schools. The Parents' Bill of Rights allows parents to object to school materials based on…