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One of DeSantis' most high-profile moveswas the signing of the Parental Rights in Education Bill, nicknamed "Don't Say Gay'" by opponents over its limiting of discussions. .

It forbids discussions of sexual orientation and gender identity in kindergarten.

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DeSantis he’s wrong, even in private. . The controversial "Don't Say Gay" bill was signed into law by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday.

Disney ’s mishandling of the “ Don’t Say Gay ” controversy has turned into an ongoing problem in Florida, as its unique role in state politics now faces scrutiny from critics on both the.

. . Don’t Say Gay” The DeSantis administration expanded the controversial law that critics call “Don’t Say Gay” to cover all grades, banning classroom instruction on sexual orientation.

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Most recently, DeSantis signed a bill that empowers one person to file a complaint and ban a book, at least temporarily, while a district reviews it.

Unfortunately, many of them were also unable to hear what DeSantis had to say. Don’t Say Gay” The DeSantis administration expanded the controversial law that critics call “Don’t Say Gay” to cover all grades, banning classroom instruction on.

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Minority groups and others in Florida trampled by Ron DeSantis during his march to a White House run are warning of. Today, allies say there are few people around who are willing to tell Mr. At the height of the “Don’t Say Gay” battle between Walt Disney and Ron DeSantis last year, the Florida governor pledged to put an end to one of the company’s. . .

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. The bill would limit discussions of sexual.

While he tried to project confidence, DeSantis’ unusual decision to.

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