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A nearly equal number of people came to the hearing sporting black buttons in support of the bill.
SALT LAKE CITY -- A bill to change the kind of sexual health education provided to students in Utah schools failed on a 12-to-two vote in the House Education Committee Monday night. 215 after a similar bill failed in the last legislative session.
"The purpose of the bill is to make it more likely that we will not have unintended pregnancies at an early age," said Representative Brian King, the bill's sponsor. He told the committee, the new version preserves the language already in Utah law but opens up the door for parents to have another option taught in Utah schools.
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