“Unfortunately, we’ve seen some books in some of these libraries,” DeSantis said. “You’re talking about kids in middle school. Some of the stuff that’s ended up there, incredibly, incredibly disturbing stuff.”
Under the “K-12 Education” measure, each school board must establish a system that allows parents or residents to contest educational materials.
“The parent or resident must file a petition, on a form provided by the school board, within 30 calendar days after the adoption of the instructional material by the school board,” the bill reads.
They wanted some of the more over the top selections to be bumped to the high school library, iirc.
An intriguing example of the hypocrisy. Granted, many of these pearl clutching Christians haven’t read the bible themselves though, or at least the inconvenient, cognitive dissonance creating sections you often won’t hear referenced from the pastor/preacher. It truly is a magical bubble.
Religuous people hold their religious stuff to a different standard. “That’s different”. It’s true, they should hold Christianity to the same standard as the new religion. Christianity has way more street cred, tho