OKLAHOMA CITY — Governor Kevin Stitt vetoed a bill this week that was meant to update the education curriculum on HIV and AIDS.
The bill would have updated the requirements for public schools in Oklahoma when it comes to teaching about HIV and AIDS. Governor Stitt says federal laws and work by state agencies make the bill redundant.
H.O.P.E. Clinic -- a nonprofit that performs tests and provides education about HIV and AIDS in northeast Oklahoma -- released the following response Thursday after the bill was vetoed:
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