LGBTQ groups sue Arizona to stop HIV-AIDS instruction law

LGBTQ groups have sued the state over a 1991 law that prohibits any positive portrayal of LGBTQ people or same-sex relationships while teaching in public schools about AIDS or HIV. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman is named as a defendant, but is on the side of the LGBTQ community. She will discuss why she thinks the state law is harming the community.

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Kathy Hoffman, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

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