The Fight Over Utah's "No Promo Homo" Laws

Oct 26, 2016

Late last week, the LGBT activist group Equality Utah filed a lawsuit against the Utah State Board of Education and others over what it calls “anti-gay school laws.” The law explicitly prohibits “the advocacy of homosexuality.” Opponents say it limits free speech, denies equal protection to LGBT students, and puts them in harm’s way. Others say there shouldn’t be any discussion of sex in public schools. Wednesday, we’re talking about the lawsuit and the effects of so-called “no promo homo” laws.

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  • Gayle Ruzicka is a conservative political activist, talk radio host, and leader in the Utah Eagle Forum.
  • Clifford Rosky is a professor at the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law and on the advisory council of Equality Utah.
  • Troy Williams is the executive director of Equality Utah.