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Language calling homosexuality illegal and unacceptable will be struck from the state's laws on sex education under a measure ed by Gov. Kay Ivey this week. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Laura Hall, D-Huntsville, removes a paragraph dating from that requires courses on human reproduction and sexual education to emphasize that "homosexuality is not a lifestyle acceptable to the general public and that homosexual conduct is a criminal offense under the laws of the state.
The bill passed the Alabama House 69 to 30 on March 2. It passed the Senate 18 to 6 on April It will go into effect July 1. In the Montgomery delegation, Reps. In the Senate, Sen. Will Barfoot, R-Pike Road voted against the bill.
Kirk Hatcher, D-Montgomery, voted for it. Among legislators whose districts include Tuscaloosa County or parts of it, in the House, Reps. Rich Wingo, R-Tuscaloosa, voted against it. McCampbell D-Demopolis, is not listed as voting. In the Senate, Sens. For Etowah County, in the House, Reps. Craig Lipscomb, R-Rainbow City, voted against it.
Andrew Jones, R-Centre, voted for it. The bill makes other revisions. It retains language in the law emphasizing abstinence and discouraging risky sexual behavior, but says it will prevent "unintended pregnancy" as opposed to "unwanted pregnancy. Hall's legislation also adds a new requirement for parents to be notified about instruction on sexual education or human reproduction, and will allow them to request copies of the materials used upon request.
A message seeking comment was left with Hall on Wednesday morning. The representative has introduced versions of the bill for several sessions now. Sincecourts have struck down laws outlawing homosexuality and banning same-sex marriage.Strangers Are Near, Be On Guard: The Ku Klux Klan 
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Ivey on Friday ed a bill banning transgender youth from playing public school sports of the sex with which they align. A bill sponsored by Sen. Shay Shelnutt, R-Trussville that would ban puberty blockers and hormone therapies for transgender individuals under the age of 19 has passed the Senate and is waiting for a vote in the House.
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