Arizona Dem Gov Vetoes Bills for Posting Ten Commandments in Classroom, Recognizing Truth of ‘Male’ and ‘Female’

In a show of ignorance, willful or otherwise, of the nation’s legal heritage, Arizona Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs vetoed a bill that would have allowed teachers to display and discuss the Ten Commandments in their classrooms.
Additionally, the governor vetoed legislation that would have defined “male” and “female” based on biology rather than “gender” and required that single-sex facilities must be maintained for public restrooms, locker rooms, etc.
The Arizona Republic reported Wednesday that Hobbs had “serious concerns about the constitutionality” of Senate Bill 1151 regarding the posting of the Ten Commandments, sponsored by Republican Sen. Anthony Kern.

The bill passed the Arizona Senate in a party-line vote in February and the state House in April.
Kern explained in a news release about the legislation that it “would not have required biblical principles to be taught, rather, schools would be empowe …

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