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02/17/2005

Textbook case of homophobia shot down in Little Rock

by Jeremy Hooper

A bill that would have forced Arkansas schools to only use textbooks without references to gay families, has bit it in it's infancy. Today the Senate Education Committee gave the bill only three of the four votes needed to move the measure to the Senate floor. Bye bye bill.

Now that homo-gay restrictions are no longer a worry, the AR school board has unveiled their plans for next year's 7th grade Math books:

Tolerant!

Arkansas Anti-Gay Book Ban Bill Dies [365Gay.com]

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