“Don’t Say Gay” Bill Advances to House…

Tennessee’s “don’t say gay” bill is headed to the full House for consideration after having barely made its way out of a committee today.

The House Education Committee voted 8-7 to advance the bill, the Tennessean reports, but that didn’t include Republican chairman Richard Montgomery.

Last time around, the House ran out of time to vote on the “don’t say gay” law while the Senate actually passed it. It would bar teachers and administrators from any talk of homosexuality before high school and violators would face fines and jail time. Backers of the bill don’t appear to be backing down.

“I have two children — in the third- and fourth-grade — and don’t want them to be exposed to things I don’t agree with,” said the bill’s sponsor, Republican representative Joey Hensley, according to the Tennessean.

And why should other people children have to be subjected to YOUR beliefs? Why should yours be law? You arrogant douche…

via “Don’t Say Gay” Bill Advances; Next Up House Vote | Politics | The Advocate.

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