Kentucky Passes LGBTQ Public-School Discrimination Law

THE CUT | on Mon, Mar 20, 5:37 PM

Kentucky governor Matt Bevin signed SB17 into law. Photo: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images While the Trump administration reportedly mulls[1] a national version of a so-called “religious liberty” order, the state of Kentucky is one step ahead. Last week, Kentucky governor Matt Bevin signed legislation[2] that would let student groups at public schools and colleges bar LGBTQ members. Senator Albert Robinson, who introduced the bill, said he was inspired when Johnson County school officials ...

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