New Hampshire schools and state agencies would be prohibited from teaching “divisive concepts” under a bill proposed by a New Boston Republican, who filed the legislation in response to the spread of “critical race theory” (CRT) in American institutions. His proposal set off a firestorm of namecalling, attacks and self-described “virtue signaling” from Granite State progressives.
“This bill is racist,” testified Tim Horrigan (D-Durham). “Yes, I did say this is a racist bill. And yes, I’m virtue signaling.”
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