Fox news reports on my "Don't teach Gay bill" and talks about the national implications.
From the story...
He also cited cases in Massachusetts and California. In Lexington, Mass., the first U.S. state to legalize same-sex marriage, a couple sued after their 5-year-old son brought home a book from kindergarten that described a gay family. Another couple joined the lawsuit after a second-grade teacher read the class a fairy tale about two princes falling in love.
A federal judge though, threw out the lawsuit in 2007 saying that parents' rights to exercise their religious beliefs are not violated when their children are exposed to contrary ideas in school. The Supreme Court refused to take up the case.
In California, schools have addressed topics such as gay households, homophobia and sexual orientation for years in an effort to battle anti-gay discrimination. Children as young as 5 are taught about gay issues in some school districts.
"It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out what's coming," Campfield said.
UPDATE: Over 1000 comments. Wow!