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Tuesday's Township Committee meeting featured about residents and often erupted in shouting. The room stood starkly divided between people who thought Mayor Alfonso Cirulli's comments harmed the LGBTQ community and those who felt the new law would restrict religious freedom. The email inviting residents and parents to attend called Cirulli's comments "homophobic.

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He also believes that introducing students to such sensitive and, for many of them, foreign subject matter could be troubling or even damaging to their young psyches. Many disagree, including educators, mental health professionals, LGBTQ rights advocates, and a majority of state lawmakers who approved the legislation last year, before Gov. Phil Murphy, a Democrat, quietly signed it into law on Jan.

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The former assistant principal urged the people of Barnegat Township at a township committee meeting to pressure Governor Phil Murphy and the state Legislature to reverse the lawsigned by Murphy on January Cirulli claimed that the law violates the religious rights of parents, freedom of speech and essentially amounts to indoctrination of students. He went on to cite other progress in LGBTQ rights, such as the legalization of same-sex marriage, and said that God would hold politicians accountable for allowing those laws to pass.

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Phil Murphy signed a bill into law mandating that middle and high school curriculums include the historical contributions made by people with disabilities or who those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender. Alfonso Cirulli, the Republican mayor of Barnegat, New Jersey, has freaked out about this and launched a campaign to stop it. First, there is nothing absurd about teaching the truth and giving credit to LGBT people who have helped improve this country from the very beginning.

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The mayor, who spoke uninterrupted, expressed his outrage that parents are not allowed, he says, to opt out their children from being taught the curriculum. There is no comparison. His rant did not end there, but spoke for about 15 minutes in total attacking his own constituents, and every LGBTQ person in America, and their allies.

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The township's police chief, however, subsequently promised protection to all people under the law. Cirulli urged residents to join his fight against legislation signed by Gov. The legislation requires schools to adopt instructional materials, that accurately portray political, economic, and social contributions of persons with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. He said the law "crossed over the line into absurdity" and politicians "have no right to promote the LGBT agenda. He said, "There is no hate or bigotry intended here," and that his comments did not represent the Barnegat Township Committee.

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