Harrisburg’s ABC News affiliate reports:
Two Pennsylvania lawmakers plan to introduce a bill “to address discussions of gender identity and sexual orientation in Pennsylvania schools.”
State Senators Scott Martin [photo] and Ryan Aument, both Republicans representing Lancaster County, say the bill would pertain to age-inappropriate conversations in elementary schools.
According to the senators, the proposal would prohibit classroom instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students and require public schools to develop a policy for notifying parents when there is a change to a student’s services or monitoring.
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Martin and Augment claim their bill would exempt LGBTQ students from the parental notice requirement if it can be “reasonably demonstrated” that doing so would put them in danger of “abuse or abandonment.” Yeah.
Martin, who dropped his bid for governor in March, authored the state Senate bill against transgender student athletes. The bill, which passed this week, has zero chance of being signed by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.
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