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Mont. House backs restrictions on sex education

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HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The House on Wednesday backed a proposal to require parental permission before students can attend sex-education classes in schools, a measure supporters said is necessary to deal with an increasingly controversial curriculum. Social conservatives are trying again to place limits on local sex-education policies they believe are teaching bad morals. A similar bill cleared...

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