Oklahoma Introduces Bill That Gives Power Back to the Parents

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Oklahoma state legislature introduced a bill on Dec. 16 that would give parents a right to ask for the removal of sexual graphic books from their school libraries. The bill proposes that if the books are not removed within 30 days of the request, the responsible school employee would be fired, and be prohibited from being employed by a public school district or public charter school for two years.