The Texas state Senate has passed legislation that would repeal requirements to teach the history of white supremacy and the ways “in which it is morally wrong,” among other lessons pertaining to prominent people of color and women.
The Republican-led upper chamber passed the measure, known as Senate Bill 3, in a 18-4 vote on Friday.
The legislation now awaits consideration in the House, also led by Republicans, where Democratic lawmakers left earlier this month to deny their colleagues on the other side of the aisle the quorum necessary for a special legislative session in an effort to block a sweeping elections bill.
LOL!! That is like passing a law that says 'You can't teach that fascism is bad'. I think the Texas government should spend time fixing it's infrastructure that lets 120 people freeze or poisons people at a theme park.