What’s in the new laws on “obscene” materials and Critical Race Theory?
- Kemp is expected to sign three bills into law that regulate educational materials.
- The laws give parents expanded power to complain about materials they don’t agree with.
- The laws create procedures to ban books and materials deemed “obscene” or "divisive."
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