A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Florida’s parental rights bill, dubbed by critics as the “don’t say gay” bill, which bans classroom instruction on “sexual orientation” or “gender identity from kindergarten through third grade.”
U.S. District Judge Allen Winsor, a judge in Tallahassee, Florida, ruled on Wednesday that students, parents, and teachers didn’t prove that they have legal standing in challenging the law after filing a revised lawsuit.
The lawsuit claimed that the law passed by Florida lawmakers and signed by Republican Governor Ron DeSantis is unconstitutional.
Winsor said in the ruling that the plaintiffs didn’t show they
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