LGBT Lawsuit against Utah’s “No Promo Homo”Law

by Admin on October 25, 2016

Public school kids not allowed to learn about ‘homosexuality’ 


An LGBT advocacy group filed a lawsuit on Friday following Utah’s decision to pass the so called ‘No Promo Homo’ law that prohibits public schools from educating students about homosexuality reports Salt Lake City Tribune.

The suit which was filed by the National Center for Lesbians Rights (NCLR) on behalf of Equality Utah and three public students states that the curriculum law violates the first amendment. It also said that “The anti-gay school laws were enacted in order to express moral disapproval of ‘homosexuality’ and of LGBT persons.”

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This is the first lawsuit of its nature in the state according to The Tribune.

Chris Stoll, attorney for NCLR said that this could set a precedent for striking these laws which are found in several states around the U.S.

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