‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill passed in Florida, heads to DeSantis to sign | USA TODAY

Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill is aimed at restricting speech on sexual orientation and gender identity in public school classrooms.

RELATED: How the LGBTQ community is still fighting for rights

The legislation — titled “Parental Rights in Education” (HB 1557) — now heads to Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has suggested he will sign it into law. If so, it goes into effect July 1.

The 22-17 vote came after weeks of national attention over the measure, which has grabbed the attention of international newspapers, Hollywood actors and the White House.

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