Texas texts

A Texas law prohibits recognition of same-sex marriages and civil unions, and the Texas Board of Education has argued that health textbooks failing to define marriage as a union between a man and woman would violate this law.

Eager to avoid offending officials in the state, which is the second-largest purchaser of school textbooks in the nation, publishers of the textbooks have agreed to define marriage as a union between members of the opposite sex.

Next week: Texas to adopt creationism book sold at Grand Canyon National Park as official state science text? Stay tuned.


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