Sex Education and Intimations of Civil War

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MENDHAM TOWNSHIP – A poll this week said a strong majority of New Jersey residents support new sex ed standards in state schools, but not in the lower grades. The Women’s Republican Club of Morris County waded into this ongoing controversy Thursday night with a panel discussion on the topic.

There was fanfare of sorts before the evening even began. County College of Morris, the county-run community college, was originally listed as a sponsor, but the college pulled out, emphasizing its non-partisan position.

Given the fact, this was a Republican group, the panel – and most of the audience of about 75 – opposed the new standards, which took effect this fall. But that didn’t stifle debate, which shows how […].



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