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Utah governor approves censure of school board member who questioned a student’s gender

  • The Utah State Legislature has voted to censure Natalie Cline, a state board of education member, for a social media post that raised questions about a high school girl's gender.
  • Cline has been reprimanded and asked to resign by February 19th. The board has removed her from meetings, committees, and the agenda.
  • Governor Spencer Cox supported the board's action against Cline, stating that she embarrassed the state. He signed the resolution censuring her.
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