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DeSantis Expected to Sign ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill at Florida Taxpayer-Funded Charter School That Has Two Anti-LGBTQ Clubs

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Republican Governor Ron DeSantis is expected to sign the possibly unconstitutional “Don’t Say Gay“ bill, which mandates schools “out” LGBTQ students to parents, on Monday at a taxpayer-funded charter school that has two board-approved anti-LGBTQ clubs.

The highly-controversial legislation has made national headlines for months, with President Joe Biden denouncing it, and U.S.

Education Secretary Miguel Cardona warning it could force Florida to lose federal funding. Florida Politics was first to report Gov.

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