NC Senate bill would limit sex, gender discussions in school. Critics call it anti-LGBTQ.

Legislators and staffers mingle in the NC Legislative Building before meeting on a bill to change the way schools talk about gender and sexuality. (Hannah Noel / Carolina Connection)

North Carolina legislators want to change how public schools talk about gender and sexuality. The state Senate this week passed what supporters call the “Parents’ Bill of Rights.” But opponents say it places an undue burden on school staff and puts LGBTQ students at risk.

Hannah Noel has the story.

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