NC bill could change sex ed in schools

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ASHEVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina lawmaker has plans to restructure some of what students are taught in sex education.

North Carolina State Representative Chris Whitmire has introduced a bill that would give school districts more say about what they’re teaching kids about sex.

With the bill, teachers would not be allowed to teach students about emergency contraceptives, including Plan B and the ‘Morning After Pill.’

Read more: WLOS

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