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Sex ed legislation fizzles early in effort to avoid controversy (access required)

This was supposed to be the year lawmakers fought hard for sex education legislation, but a controversial start to the session mixed with a pandemic put a pin in that topic at least until 2021. Education advocates were preparing for the 2020 session to touch on the empowerment scholarship accounts program and sex education. It was ...

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