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The language reflects a law enacted by the Legislature earlier this year to prevent the discussion or instruction of sexual orientation and gender identity.
The law would criminalize parents and doctors attempting to provide gender-transition medical treatment to minors.
The law restricts discussions on gender identity and sexual orientation in Alabama's kindergarten through fifth-grade classes.
Alabama passed two laws this year that affect the LGBTQ community, including the criminalization of gender-affirming medical treatment.
The bill was debated for under 20 minutes before Republicans brought a motion to end discussion of the legislation.
The ordinance would have offered protections and prohibited discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, sexual orientation and gender identity.