Florida’s new Parents’ Bill of Rights law garnered plenty of attention and criticism from Democrats when it was approved during the 2022 Session. But with much of that discussion surrounding the law’s effects on LGBTQ issues in school, far fewer people probably expected “potentially canceling a Hanukkah presentation” as one of the law’s effects.
That’s almost what happened for one Pasco County parent, though the situation has since, thankfully, been resolved.
As Jesse Sheckner of Florida Politics laid out, Rachel Long was originally denied an opportunity to visit her children’s class and introduce them to Hanukkah. She’s made that presentation for
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