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07/20/2006

Reading, writing, and fairness: Another GSA reluctantly approved

by Jeremy Hooper

In order to avoid a lawsuit, the Boone County High School Site-Based Council has unanimously approved the formation of a Gay-Straight Alliance at the Florence, Kentucky school. And this news comes in the very same week that Georgia's White County High finally got the court-mandated go-ahead for their much debated GSA.

One small step for two Southern schools, one giant leap for non-encouragment of gay-centric ass kicking nationwide.

Boone County High School in Northern Kentucky Approves Gay-Straight Alliance [KY Equality Rel. via PR Web]

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