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Sex ed is an important part of childhood development. However, this Senate bill is not necessarily the right way to achieve that.

OPINION: New Washington sex ed bill isn’t a good option

HANNA YUZYUK October 26, 2020

Washington’s current sexual education bill demonstrates that our society differs in opinions about what is appropriate and what is not in a classroom setting. There are not only two polar opinions in...

LWV President Bobbie Ryder said Senate Bill 5395 and Senate Joint Resolution 8212 will appear on this year’s ballot.

League of Women Voters hosts virtual issue forum about ballot measures

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter October 12, 2020

The League of Women Voters of Pullman and the Pullman Chamber of Commerce discussed a bill that would require schools to teach comprehensive sex education to all students, as well as a resolution that...

Shannon Focht, communications coordinator for Pullman Public Schools, said the school district is not prepared to speak about Senate Bill 5395, which would apply to public schools.

Bill would require sex ed for K-12

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen reporter March 12, 2020

Legislation that would mandate sex education in Washington public schools was sent to Governor Jay Inslee’s desk where he will decide whether to sign it into law. Senate Bill 5395 would require public...

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