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02/19/2008

Harvey Milk not banned from TN schools

by Jeremy Hooper

200802191444You remember that legislation we told you about that would ban all types of gay-centric discussion in Tennessee's public schools? Well we're happy to report that a House subcommittee today killed Rep. Stacey Campfield's disturbingly backwards bill:

House subcommittee kills Campfield bill banning homosexual discussion [Knoxville News Sentinel]

It remains to be seen what sort of legislative ingenuity Campfield will dream up next. Though we do hear a measure that would require hetero students to cover their eye, ear, and any other holes whenever a gay kid walks by is not out of the question.

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