Attendees will write notes to their legislators about House Bill 1205 and Senate Bill 2360, two unconstitutional book censorship bills.
Too often, elected officials overlook LGBTQ+ and Two Spirit people’s concerns. Lobby Day is a chance for the LGBTQ and allied community to show up and speak out about the issues affecting their families in every corner of our state.
Because federal ICWA protections are under attack in Brackeen v. Haaland, states need to have legislation in place like House Bill 1536 that recognizes tribal sovereignty and a tribe’s inherent interest in their Indigenous children’s welfare.
House Lawmakers Pass Bill to Allow Government Intrusion in Private Medical Decisions, Prohibit Gender-Affirming Care
Medical decisions belong to trans youth, their parents and their doctors – not the government – and it is unconstitutional to single out one group of people and categorically ban all care.
House Bill 1205 is a blatant attempt at censorship, pure and simple. The First Amendment protects literary expression, even when some people find portions of the works difficult or objectionable.
Regardless of how you may feel about pronouns, it is important to use the pronouns someone uses for themselves. No one is harmed by allowing teachers, administrators and counselors to create a safe and welcoming educational environment for students in our public schools.