What to know about Iowa's ban on school books, LGBTQ+ topics halted by a judge

A federal judge in Iowa has temporarily blocked key parts of a state law that would ban books from school libraries if they depicted a “sex act.” The law also bars teachers from discussing gender identity and sexuality before seventh grade. Lisa Desjardins speaks with University of South Carolina law professor Derek Black and The Gazette’s Des Moines bureau chief Erin Murphy to learn more.

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