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Expelling Smut From School Libraries

Parents aren't the only ones expressing outrage over the increasingly graphic and sexual content in public school libraries. 

Oklahoma is the latest state to fight back with proposed legislation to expel smut from schools.

LifeNews.com has more:

The bill, Senate Bill 1142, would give parents a right to ask for the removal of "books that are of a sexual nature that a reasonable parent or legal guardian would want to know of or approve of prior to their child being exposed to it," according to the bill's language.

"No public school district, public charter school, or public school library shall maintain in its inventory or promote books that make as their primary subject the study of sex, sexual preferences, sexual activity, sexual perversion, sex-based classifications, sexual identity, or ...

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