I’ll start with the bad news: Gov. Little has vetoed the Children’s School and Library Protection Act (H314a), rejecting the will of the people and their elected representatives.
The bill – which was drafted by Idaho Family Policy Center and is sponsored by Rep. Jaron Crane (R-Nampa) and Sen. Cindy Carlson (R-Riggins) – would create a statewide policy that prohibits schools and libraries from distributing pornographic material to minor children.
We’re disappointed that Gov. Little would veto such popular legislation. According to statewide polling conducted by Idaho Family Policy Center, nearly 75% of likely Idaho voters believe schools and public libraries should keep pornographic materials away from minor children.
But here’s some good news: We’ve been told that House leadership intends to override the veto tomorrow morning.
If that’s going to happen, though, we need you to spring into action:
1. Use our Action Center to send an email asking your state legislators to override the veto.
2. Pass this email along to like-minded friends and family so they can take action, too. We need everyone involved!
Thanks for your engagement. Now is the time we need all hands on deck!
Standing for children,
President, Idaho Family Policy Center