Mason school board quiet on House Bill 616; students speak

MASON, Ohio – Mason Substantial School’s Harvard Space was embellished with delight flags during Tuesday night’s university board assembly. Pupils, mother and father and neighborhood members showed up sporting rainbow-colored T-shirts and keeping posters with hearts that examine: “United Against Detest.” 

“This bill targets queer learners and college students of coloration. Maybe which is not the intention, but it is the distinct result,” Andrew Levin claimed through the community comment section, which featured 13 speakers opposing Ohio Home Monthly bill 616. “It’s very existence currently suggests, ‘You are not welcome right here.’” 

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