New Hampshire Now Requires Parental Notice To Teach Sex Ed
Gov. Sununu signed the legislation earlier this week.
According to WMTW, New Hampshire joined 22 other states this week in making it law that schools give parents two weeks notice before teaching sex education.
The bill doesn't require parental consent, but parents may choose to opt their children out of classes if they are opposed to it.
The bill will take effect in June.
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