Power & Politics: NJ attorney general reacts to school policy he says will harm LGBTQ kids

"I'm a parent, I get the need and the desire to be informed about your students and your children's wellbeing," ATtorney General Matt Platkin said. "But there are certain protections that students in this state have under our laws and that's what we're upholding," he added.

News 12 Staff

May 23, 2023, 9:14 PM

Updated 386 days ago

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In an exclusive News 12 interview, New Jersey Attorney General Matt Platkin discussed a policy in the Hanover School District that he says could cause harm to LGBTQ kids.
"I'm a parent, I get the need and the desire to be informed about your students and your children's wellbeing," Platkin said. "But there are certain protections that students in this state have under our laws and that's what we're upholding," he added.
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