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StateBill Number with hyperlink to legislative page/draftDate IntroducedStatus as of January 30, 2023Primary SponsorDescription*
*This is a summary of notable provisions. For detailed analysis of bills, see our report and monthly round-ups.
Explicitly TargetsEnforcement/Penalties* *Penalties do not necessarily apply to every provision of the bill.
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AlabamaHB 71/20/2023PendingRep. Ed Oliver (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and universities from compelling students or employees to adopt or affirm certain ideas related to race, color, religion, sex, ethnicity, or national origin. Students and employees may not be required to attend any class, training, or orientation where these ideas are promoted.Public K-12, public collegesProfessional discipline
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ArizonaHB 24581/19/2023PendingRep. Beverly Pingerelli (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and state agencies from promoting to students or employees certain concepts related to race or ethnicity. K-12, state agenciesMonetary fine/loss of state financial support
Professional discipline
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ArizonaHB 21891/24/2023PendingRep. Jennifer Longdon (D)Prohibits public K-12 schools from adopting any textbook or instructional materials that contain any matter "reflecting adversely" on people on the basis or race, ethnicity, sex, religion, disability, nationality, sexual orientation, or gender identity.Public K-12None specified
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ConnecticutSB 2801/18/2023PendingSen. Robert Sampson (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from adopting a curriculum that "includes the teaching of biased political ideology or make any individual feel discomfort, guilt, anguish or any other form of psychological distress on account of the individual's race or sex." In the bill, "biased policial ideology" is defined as including certain concepts related to race or sex.K-12None specified
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HawaiiHB 5091/20/2023PendingRep. Diamond Garcia (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-3, or thereafter in a manner that is not age or developmentally appropriate.Public K-12Private right of action
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HawaiiSB 14281/25/2023PendingSen. Brenton Awa (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-3, or thereafter in a manner that is not age or developmentally appropriate.Public K-12Private right of action
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IndianaHB 15231/19/2023PendingRep. Bruce Borders (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from promoting certain ideas related to sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin.K-12None specified
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IndianaHB 16081/19/2023PendingRep. Michelle Davis (R)Prohibits public and private K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to "gender fluidity, gender roles, gender stereotypes, gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation" in grades K-3.Public and private K-12None specified
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IndianaHB 13381/17/2023PendingRep. Shane Lindauer (R)Prohibits public and private accredited K-12 schools from promoting certain ideas related to race or sex. Public colleges and universities may not require students to attend any mandatory gender or sexual diversity training or counseling.Public and private K-12, public collegesNone specified
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IndianaSB 4131/19/2023PendingSen. Gary Byrne (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity" in grades K-12.K-12Private right of action
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IndianaSB 3861/19/2023PendingSen. Jeff Raatz (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from compelling or promoting belief in certain concepts related to age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, marital status, familial status, mental or physical disability, religion, or national origin. K-12Professional training
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IowaHF 81/12/2023PendingRep. Skyler Wheeler (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from providing any "program, curriculum, material, test, survey, questionnaire, activity, announcement, promotion, orinstruction of any kind relating to gender identity or sexual orientation" to student in grades K-3.K-12None specified
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IowaSF 1591/26/2023PendingSen. Sandy Salmon (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-8.Public K-12Private right of action
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MississippiSB 21681/11/2023PendingSen. Brice Wiggins (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from including "what is colloquially known as 'critical race theory'" in a required history and civics class.K-12None specified
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MissouriHB 6341/4/2023PendingRep. Ann Kelley (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from including any classroom instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity at any grade level.K-12Private right of action
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MissouriHB 751/4/2023PendingRep. Ann Kelley (R)Prohibits public K-12 school or college from requiring or making part of a course certain concepts related to race or sex.K-12, collegeNone specified
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MissouriHB 4821/4/2023PendingRep. Ben Baker (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from directing or compelling any student or teacher to adopt or affirm an idea that violates the Civil Rights Act, including certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin. Teachers and students may not be required to discuss public policy issues of the day.K-12None specified
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MissouriHB 1651/4/2023PendingRep. Brian Seitz (R)Bars public K-12 schools from including in a required orientation any "race or sex stereotyping". No teacher or student may be compelled to adopt or affirm certain concepts related to race or sex. No pupil in any public school shall be required to engage in any form of mandatory gender or sexual diversity training or counseling.K-12Professional discipline
Monetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
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MissouriHB 6271/4/2023PendingRep. Phil Christofanelli (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from compelling teachers or students to adopt or affirm any idea "in violation of Title IV or Title VI of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964," including certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin.K-12None specified
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MissouriSB 412/1/2022PendingSen. Andrew Koenig (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from offering any course on "Critical Race Theory," or from teaching, endorsing, promoting, or compelling the adoption or affirmation of certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin. Requires the Department of Education to develop and promote a "patriotic curriculum".K-12Monetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
Loss of accreditation
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MissouriSB 4511/4/2023PendingSen. Curtis Trent (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from compelling teachers or students to adopt or affirm any idea "in violation of Title IV or Title VI of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964," including certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin.K-12None specified
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MissouriSB 1721/4/2023PendingSen. Denny Hoskins (R)Bars K-12 schools from including or promoting as part of their curricula certain ideas related to race or sex. K-12None specified
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MissouriSB 1341/4/2023PendingSen. Mike Moon (R)Prohibits K-12 staff from discussing with students at any grade level the concepts of "gender identity" (defined as the "psychological, behavioral, social, and cultural aspects of being a biological male or biological female") or "sexual orientation" unless that staff member is a licensed mental health care provider with parental permission.K-12None specified
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MissouriSB 15812/1/2022PendingSen. Nick Schroer (R)Bars public K-12 schools from directing or compelling students or employees to discuss a public policy issue or to adopt or affirm certain ideas related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin. K-12Private right of action
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MissouriSB 421/4/2023PendingSen. Rick Brattin (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from including in their curricula the 1619 Project, "critical race theory," or "any successor concepts or theories substantially similar" to them, or certain concepts related to race or sex. Teachers may not require students to participate in any lobbying or political activism, nor may schools require teachers to discuss currently controversial topics or matters of public policy.K-12Monetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
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MontanaSB 2221/26/2023PendingSen. Jeremy Trebas (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and colleges from requiring any employee, as a condition of employment, to submit to an orientation or training that "espouses, promotes, advances, inculcates, or compels the individual to believe" certain ideas related to race, creed, religion, color, sex, physical or mental disability, age, and national origin.Public K-12 and collegesNone specified
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NebraskaLB 3741/12/2023PendingSen. Dave Murman (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from compelling any teacher or student to adopt, affirm, or profess any idea "in violation of Title IV or Title VI of the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964," including certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, or national origin. Teachers must "endeavor to present facts without distortion, bias, or personal prejudice." K-12None specified
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New HampshireHB 6191/12/2023PendingRep. Terry Roy (R)Prohibits teachers in grades K-8 from teaching students that gender is "a choice, optional or fluid and that there are more than 2 genders: male and female." Teachers in grades 9-12 may do so, but only with parental permission and only "as a part of an approved psychology course setting where the educator is a licensed child psychologist, and they may only teach that there may be more than 2 genders in the context of teaching about the mental health condition known as gender dysphoria." No educator may teach the use of any pronouns for a person other than "he/him/his" and "she/her/hers". Schools may only refer to students by the name and gender indicated on the enrolment form submitted by their parents.K-12Professional discipline
Private right of action
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New JerseyA 40425/16/2022PendingRep. Eric Peterson (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from providing any classroom instruction on "sex, sex acts, abortion, birth control, sexual orientation, or gender identity" from grades K-5, nor thereafter without the express written permission of parents.Public K-12Private right of action
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New JerseyA3647/A6140/SB6641/11/2022PendingRep. Harold J. Wirths, Sen. Steven Oroho (R)Bans public employers from requiring that any employee complete a training program that encourages the adoption of certain ideas related to race, sex, and other identities. K-12, colleges, state institutionsNone specified
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New JerseyS 26855/19/2022PendingSen. Edward Durr (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from promoting or using materials that promote "concepts related to critical race theory", including certain ideas related to race or sex. Creates a hotline to be used by parents to notify the state of any violation.K-12Professional discipline
Monetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
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New JerseySB 598/A 7831/12/2022PendingSens. Michael Testa, Joseph Pennacchio, Reps. Gerard Scharfenberger, Robert Auth (R)Bans public schools from including certain concepts in their instruction, except when the concepts relate to specific historical events or documents. Prohibits teachers from "endorsing, supporting, or opposing" any political candidate, policy, or court decision. Requires that teachers only discuss an issue included in a political party's platform when it is germane to the subject being taught, in which case the issue must be presented in a fair-minded and nonpartisan manner.K-12None specified
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North DakotaHB 14461/18/2023PendingRep. Mike Lefor (R)Prohibits public college and university faculty from disparaging campus personnel on social media.CollegeProfessional discipline
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North DakotaHB 15261/18/2023PendingRep. Scott Dyk (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and colleges from espousing, promoting, advancing, inculcating, or compeling students or employees to believe certain concepts related to race, color, sex, or national origin, or that any "virtue" is racist or sexist. Teachers may not engage in "social emotional learning," "inform a student's worldview based on emotions," or "teach a student that the student's inner feelings are capable of guiding the student's life."K-12Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
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North DakotaHB 15221/24//2023PendingRep. Scott Dyk (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from establishing a place, facility, school program, or accommodation that "caters to a student's perceived or expressed gender, including a preferred gender pronoun, if the perceived or expressed gender is inconsistent with the student's sex" or that "caters to a student's perception of being any animal species
other than human."
Public K-12Private right of action
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North DakotaSB 22471/13/2023PendingSen. Bob Paulson (R)Prohibits public colleges and universities from including or promoting certain concepts related to race, sex, religion, creed, nonviolent political affiliation, social class, or class of people in any seminar, workshop, instruction, or orientation. Colleges may not ask any student or faculty member about their ideological or political viewpoint.CollegesNone specified
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North DakotaSB 22311/12/2023PendingSen. Larry Luick (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from offering any classroom instruction or professional development program recognizing "expressed gender", defined as a gender identity other than an individual's biological sex. Further prohibits schools from adopting any policy respecting expressed gender, nor from referring to any student using a name or pronoun related to expressed gender without parental consent. Even with parental direction, a teacher may refuse to use such names or pronouns if they wish.K-12None specified
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OklahomaSB 302/6/2023PendingSen. Cody Rogers (R)Bars public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to "sexual orientation or gender identity" to students in K-6 grades or to students in grades 7-12 in a manner that is not "age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate."K-12Private right of action
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OklahomaSB 8662/6/2023PendingSen. David Bullard (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction, program, test, activity, survey, or questionnaire on matters pertaining to sex education, sexual orientation, or gender identity to students in grades K-5.K-12Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
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OklahomaSB 202/6/2023PendingSen. George Burns (R)Bars K-12 schools from requiring teachers of civics, history, and similar courses to discuss "current events or widely debated and currently controversial issues of contemporary public policy or contemporary social affairs." Those who choose to do so must teach the material from "diverse and contending perspectives." Bars K-12 schools from requiring or awarding course credit for lobbying, public policy advocacy, or any similar form of political activism.K-12None specified
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OklahomaSB 3482/6/2023PendingSen. Nathan Dahm (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools, colleges, and other public agencies and political subdivisions from adopting a policy or training material that promotes certian ideas related to race or sex. K-12, colleges, state agenciesNone specified
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OklahomaSB 9332/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Amends HB 1775 to prohibit K-12 schools from compelling the adoption or affirmation of a list of certain concepts, to which are added as categories ethnicity and national origin. K-12Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
Private right of action
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OklahomaSB 9732/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-6. Any instruction offered in grades thereafter shall give equal time to "the two-gender perspective".K-12None specified
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OklahomaSB 9352/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public and private accredited K-12 schools from including or promoting "critical race theory" or certain ideas related to race, sex, or other classes of people. Recognizes "secular humanism" as a religion for the purposes of the First Amendment, thereby prohibiting any public agency from promoting its tenets or compelling their adoption or affirmation. Lawsuits against school districts believed to have violated this bill may be brought by parents of students or any taxpayer in the state.Public and private K-12Private right of action
Professional discipline
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OklahomaSB 9372/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public and accredited private K-12 schools from promoting the concepts or any instruction related to "gender identity" (defined as "non-secular self-asserted sex-based identity narratives") or "sexual orientation" (defined as "homosexual, lesbian, or transgender" identities), both of which are described as stemming from non-secular humanism" and therefore are violations of the Establishment Clause. Schools are also prohibited from "mandating non-obvious pronouns" or hosting Drag Queen Story Hours.Public and private K-12Private right of action
Professional discipline
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OklahomaSB 10722/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public and private K-12 schools and colleges from engaging in "grooming" of a minor, defined in the bill as " the deliberate act of bringing a child into a sexual, political, or racial ideology, practice, cult, or lifestyle without the knowledge or consent of his or her parents for the aim of isolating the child from his or her family so the external party can abuse and manipulate him or her."Public and private K-12Criminal penalty
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OklahomaSB 10172/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from maintaining in their library or making part of their curricula any material that makes as its primary subject "the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender issues or recreational sexualization."Public K-12None specified
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OklahomaSB 10272/6/2023PendingSen. Shane Jett (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from using any curricula with content related to social-emotional learning. Schools may not promote school or civic engagement, or that builds "an equitable learning framework" that addresses "non-cognitive social factors" such as self-awareness, social awareness, relationship skills, attributes, dispositions, social skills, beliefs, behaviors, attitudes, and so forth.Public K-12Private right of action
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OklahomaHB 25462/6/2023PendingRep. Terry O'Donnell (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-5, or thereafter in a manner that is no age appropriate or developmentally appropriate.Public K-12None specified
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OregonHB 24301/9/2023PendingRep. Boomer Wright (R)Prohibits public K-12 and universities from requiring or compelling a student to adopt, affirm, "state or in any way act in accordance with" belief in certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, religion, or national origin. Public universities may not expend any public money in support of any such requirement or compulsion. K-12, collegesPrivate right of action
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OregonHB 24751/9/2023PendingRep. Kimberly Wallan (R)Prohibits public K-12 and universities from requiring or compelling a student to adopt, affirm, "state or in any way act in accordance with" belief in certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, religion, or national origin. Public universities may not expend any public money in support of any such requirement or compulsion. K-12, collegesPrivate right of action
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OregonHB 30441/17/2023PendingRep. Lily Morgan (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-3, or thereafter in a manner that is not age or developmentally appropriate.Public K-12None specified
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South CarolinaHB 38271/26/2023PendingRep. Marvin Smith (R)Prohibits public and private K-12 schools and colleges from including, promoting, or compelling belief in certain concepts related to race, ethnicity, color, biological sex, sexual orientation, national origin, heritage, culture, religion, or political belief, as well as ideas related to the social construction of race, unconscious or implicit bias, and pronoun usage. Schools and colleges may not promote instruction that "materially distorts or misrepresents verifiable historical facts" or that "teaches theoretical ideas or uncorroborated claims as factual." Nor may these institutions subject minors to any material (e.g. in the classroom, library, book fair, etc.) that contains any sexually explicit or obscene material in any amount or context, or that references sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity.Public and private K-12 and collegesProfessional discipline
Monetary penalty/loss of state financial support
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South CarolinaHB 37791/24/2023PendingRep. Jermaine Johnson (D)Prohibits public K-12 schools from including in their history curriculum any instruction relating to slaveowners.Public K-12None specified
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South CarolinaHB 34661/10/2023PendingRep. Bill Taylor (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from directing or compelling students to adopt or affirm certain concepts related to sex, race, ethnicity, color, or national origin, nor make any distinction or classification of students on the basis of race or color. Teachers may not be required to attend any professional development training that includes certain concepts related to race or sex.K-12None specified
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South CarolinaSB 33041/10/2023PendingRep. Raye Felder (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from including or promoting certain concepts related to race, sex, ethnicity, color, or national origin. Students and staff may not be required to participate in any gender or sexual diversity training. Schools are prohibited from using any instruction or instructional materials that "create a narrative that the United States was founded for the purpose of oppression, that the American Revolution was fought for the purpose of protecting oppression or that United States history is a story defined by oppression." K-12Monetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
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South CarolinaH 37281/18/2023PendingRep. Raye Felder (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from including, promoting, or compelling belief in certain ideas related to race, sex, ethnicity, color, or national origin. K-12Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
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South CarolinaHB 34641/10/2023PendingRep. Steven Long (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and colleges from directing, compelling, or introducing a course of instruction that directs or compells a student to adopt or affirm "the tenets of Critical Race Theory," defined as certain concepts related to sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, and national origin.K-12, collegesNone specified
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South CarolinaSB 4241/19/2023PendingSen. Brian Adams (R)Prohibits public and private K-12 schools and colleges from including or including in class instruction or providing via library resources certain ideas related to race, ethnicity, color, biological sex, sexual orientation, national origin, heritage, culture, religion, or political belief. Instruction may not include the theory that race or sex are social constructs, gender theory and pronouns, or the theory of implicit bias. Students may not be compelled or encouraged to adopt any ideology or political belief. Minors may not be exposed to "concepts or instruction on sexual activity, sexual orientation, gender theory, gender identity, gender multiplicity, or gender expression" prior to Grade 9.Public and private K-12 and collegesProfessional discipline
Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
Private right of action
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South CarolinaS 24611/30/2022PendingSen. Joshua Kimbrell (R)Bars public K-12 schools and universities from using any classroom instruction or curricula in order to "indoctrinate or persuade" any students to adopt certain concepts related to race or gender.K-12, collegesNone specified
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TexasHB 16071/25/2023PendingRep. Cody Harris (R)Prohibits public colleges and universities from promoting certain ideas related to race, sex, and American history.Public collegesMonetary fine/loss of state financial support
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TexasHB 100612/13/2022PendingRep. Carl Tepper (R)Requires public universities to develop a policy that prohibits "the endorsement or dissuasion of, or interference with, any lifestyle, race, sex, religion, or culture." The policy must also prohibit any office that funds, promotes, sponsors, or supports diversity, equity, or inclusion beyond what is necessary to uphold the 14th Amendment of the Constitution. CollegesPrivate right of action
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TexasHB 15411/23/2023PendingRep. Steve Toth (R)Prohoibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-8, or thereafter in a manner that is not age or developmentally appropriate.Public K-12Professional discipline
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TexasHB 104612/19/2022PendingRep. Carl Tepper (R)Prohibits public universities from requiring, as a condition of employment, admission, or promotion, that employees or students make a statement of personal belief supporting any specific partisan, political, or ideological set of beliefs, including an ideology or movement that promotes the differential treatment of any individual or group based on race or ethnicity, including initiatives related to diversity, equity, and inclusion or that assert that an institution that upholds equal protection under the law is racist, oppressive, or unjust. CollegesNone specified
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TexasHB 103312/19/2022PendingRep. Carl Tepper (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and universities from requiring, or contracting with any organization that requires, any person to receive or participate in a training, identify a commitment to, or make a statement of personal belief supporting any specific partisan, political, or ideological set of beliefs, including an ideology or movement that promotes the differential treatment of any individual or group based on race or ethnicity, including initiatives related to diversity, equity, and inclusion or that assert that an institution that upholds equal protection under the law is racist, oppressive, or unjust. K-12, collegesNone specified
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TexasHB 11551/3/2023PendingRep. Jared Patterson (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from including any instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-8, or thereafter in a manner that is not "age appropriate or developmentally appropriate."K-12None specified
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TexasHB 63111/14/2022PendingRep. Steve Toth (R)Bars public K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to "sexual orientation or gender identity" to students in K-5 grades or to students in grades 6-12 "in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate" or that conflicts with state standards.K-12None specified
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TexasSB 3931/12/2023PendingSen. Bob Hall (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from offering any instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity at any grade level. Requires schools to notify parents of any "information related to the student's perception of the student's biological sex if that perception is inconsistent with the student's biological sex as determined by the student's sex organs, chromosomes, and endogenous hormone profiles." Schools may not permit students to join or participate in any student club that "promotes themes of sexuality, gender, or gender identity" without parental approval.K-12None specified
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West VirginiaHB 29401/24/2023PendingDel. Darren Thorne (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from promoting or endorsing certain ideas related to "character traits ascribed to a particular race, sex, ethnicity, religion, or national origin, or to an individual because of his or her race, sex, ethnicity, religion, or national origin." Employees and students may not be compelled to adopt or affirm certain ideas related to these categories. Public K-12
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West VirginiaHB 23471/11/2023PendingDel. Chris PrittProhibits K-12 schools from compelling belief in, promoting, endorsing, or "embracing" certain concepts related to race, sex, ethnicity, religion, or national origin.K-12None specified
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West VirginiaSB 1301/11/2023PendingSen. Eric Tarr (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from compelling any teacher or student to adopt or affirm certain concepts related to race.K-12None specified
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West VirginiaSB 931/11/2023PendingSen. Mike Azinger (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from "teaching, instructing or training" students to believe certain concepts related to race or sex.K-12Professional discipline
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West VirginiaSB 2521/17/2023PendingSen. Mike Azinger (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from including in their library or exposing to minors any "obscene matter," defined as including "any transvestite and/or transgender exposure, performances or display." Obscene matter is prohibited within 2,500 feet of a public school or public school library.K-12, any location within 2,500 feet of a public K-12 school.Monetary fine/loss of state financial support
Private right of action
Criminal penalties
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West VirginiaSB 33/HB 24231/11/2023PendingSen. Robert Karnes (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools and universities from promoting "race or sex stereotyping or scapegoating" or "divisive acts," [sic], which the bill defines by reference to certain ideas related to race or sex. K-12, collegesMonetary penalty/Loss of state financial support
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WyomingHB 2051/24/2023PendingRep. John Bear (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from including in curricula or providing any information on certain ideas related to sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color or national origin. Prohibits public agencies from providing similar instruction to employees.Public K-12, state agenciesProfessional discipline
Private right of action
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WyomingSB 1301/18/2023PendingSen. Lynn Hutchings (R)Prohibits public K-12 schools from offering any instruction or providing any supplemental materials that are inconsistent with certain "principles of individual freedom," including certain ideas related to race, sex, slavery, American history, racial segregation and discrimination, religion, disability, and socio-economic status.K-12None specified
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WyomingSF 1171/16/2023PendingSen. Dan Dockstader (R)Prohibits K-12 schools from offering any classroom instruction related to sexual orientation or gender identity in grades K-3, or thereafter in a manner that is not age appropriate or developmentally appropriate.K-12Private right of action