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The attorneys general filed the brief in response to a lawsuit brought by three religious families — Muslim, Ukrainian Orthodox, and Catholic — who seek to opt their children out of reading required LGBT books for religious reasons.
(LifeSite News) – A large coalition of attorneys general signed onto an amicus brief opposing a lawsuit from religious parents who are seeking the right to shield their children from indoctrination into radical LGBT ideology in the classroom.
Nineteen attorneys general representing a bevy of left-wing states including California, Oregon, and New York as well as the District of Columbia filed their brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit on October 31, The Center Square reported.
The brief is in response to a lawsuit brought against Maryland’s Montgomery County Board of Education by three families seeking to opt their children out of LGBT books for religious reasons, the outlet reported. The religiously diverse group of parents are Catholic, Ukrainian Orthodox, and Muslim.
In the 31-page filing, the AGs claim “it is essential that states provide students with…