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Missouri Gay Republican Comes Out Against ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Missouri state Rep. Zach Wyatt (R) has come out as gay to his Republican colleagues to urge them to abandon their support for a “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Wyatt expressed concern that “students need to feel safe when they go to school,” pointing out that the legislation could curb anti-bullying efforts and limit opportunities for [...]
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