Legislation that would allow Virginia parents to opt their children out of assignments that include sexually explicit content has passed both chambers of the General Assembly and will head to Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s desk for his signature.
Senate Bill 656, sponsored by Sen. Siobhan Dunnavant, R-Henrico, passed the House of Delegates, 52-46, along party lines after passing the Senate, 20-18, with support from a couple of Democrat lawmakers. The governor, who campaigned on supporting this legislation, is expected to sign the bill.
“A win for parents!” Dunnavant said in a statement. “My bill SB 656, that gives parents the chance to […]
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