By LORETTA PARK
Standard-Examiner Davis Bureau email@example.com
SALT LAKE CITY -- A Top of Utah lawmaker has ensured that parents will be part of the process of creating sex education curriculum for Utah students.
Rep. Ronda Rudd Menlove, R-Garland, introduced an amendment to House Bill 363, sponsored by Rep. Bill Wright, R-Holden, that would require school districts to have parents create abstinence-only instructional materials for sex education courses.
The House approved the bill with the amendment, 45-28, on Wednesday.