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“I Just Can’t Quit You, Mrs. Johnson.”

By Alexander Russo — May 14, 2007 1 min read

“A girl and her grandparents have sued the Chicago Board of Education, alleging that a substitute teacher showed the R-rated film “Brokeback Mountain” in class,” according to this article (School Board Sued Over “Brokeback Mountain” Screening). “The lawsuit claims that Jessica Turner, 12, suffered psychological distress after viewing the movie in her 8th grade class at Ashburn Community Elementary School last year.”

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