Voters will decide the future of a new law Nov. 3 that sets up a comprehensive sexual education curriculum in Washington.
Referendum 90 asks voters to decide whether school districts must adopt or develop comprehensive sexual education curriculum consistent with state standards. Students can be excused at their parents’ request.
Voting in favor of Referendum 90 will maintain the new policy for sex education in all public schools. Voting no will nix it.
Here’s what you need to know about it.
What’s the history of this new law?
In the spring, Democrats in the Legislature passed Senate Bill 5395, which