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Romney Administration Blocked Antibullying Guide Because Of 'Bisexual' And 'Transgender' Terms

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Former governor Mitt Romney’s administration in 2006 blocked publication of a state antibullying guide for Massachusetts public schools because officials objected to use of the terms “bisexual’’ and “transgender’’ in passages about protecting certain students from harassment, according to state records and interviews with current and former state officials.

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