Victory! Judge Grants Parents Request in Montgomery County Sex-Ed Case
Montgomery County, MD- Citing first amendment and other constitutional grounds, a Federal District Judge in Maryland has granted a temporary restraining order that will prohibit Montgomery County public schools from initiating their new sex-ed curriculum that supports the political and religious agenda of the radical homosexual lobby.
Judge Alexander Williams, a Clinton appointee, pointed out that the curriculum discriminates against certain religious denominations in favor of others that support the homosexual lifestyle.
"This is one of the few proud days in recent memory for the American judiciary," said Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio. "It is good to see a judge actually interpret law instead of legislate the agenda of the radical gay lobby from the bench. We congratulate Liberty Council, Parents and Families of Ex-Gays and Gays, and Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum in their victory and we thank them for their courageous work on behalf of the American Family."
For more information about the court victory, read the Washington Times article.
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