Murphy signs law mandating a LGBT curriculum for every N.J. public school

TRENTON, N.J. — History is a catalog of great deeds performed by great men and women.

Should their sexual orientation matter?

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New Jersey’s official (new) position is “yes.”

On Friday, Governor Phil Murphy signed new legislation into law which mandates an emphasis on LGBT and disabled-related historical events and the contributions of figures falling into both categories. It’s part of a larger push by the Democrat majority in Trenton to rewrite your children’s history books to advance a politically correct “progressive” agenda. The law itself is modeled on a similar one adopted by California back in 2011.

“LGBTQ+ history is part of our shared story, and students deserve to know it. Proud to sign a bill that makes New Jersey the second state in the nation to require an LGBTQ+ inclusive curriculum in our schools,” Governor Murphy tweeted.

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