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The California state senate is looking to change history,
literally, with a bill that would require textbooks taught in California public
schools to mention gay and lesbian pioneers, theweek.com reports. And because many states use the same textbooks produced for California, other
communities would likely have to follow suit. It is the first step any state
has taken to recognize LGBT leaders in the realm of public education.
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