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DeSantis’ “Don’t Say Gay” Bill Is Already Censoring Floridians

As teachers prepare for DeSantis’ “Don’t Say Gay Law” to go into effect, a new report outlines how school administrators in Orange County received a legal briefing on how the district would change in order to comply. DeSantis’ discriminatory ultra-MAGA law – which goes into effect Friday, July 1st – will censor schools and restrict freedoms for Florida’s students and teachers.

Florida Democratic Party spokesperson Kobie Christian said: “Governor DeSantis’ extreme ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law disrupts classrooms and divides Floridians. Instead of focusing on divisive issues in order to build his national profile, DeSantis should be focused on improving Florida’s economy, making health care more affordable, and addressing our state’s affordable housing crisis.”

Here’s more on how Ron DeSantis’ Don’t Say Gay Law would censor schools:

Teachers voice concerns after Orange County previews ‘Don’t Say Gay’ impact to classrooms

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