US LGBTQ community fears rollback or rights after abortion case | DW News

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The US Supreme Court’s invalidation of abortion rights has led to fears that other gains could also be rolled back, including for LGBTQ people. Efforts are already underway in various states. In Florida, new restrictions that critics call the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law have taken effect in schools. DW correspondent Ines Pohl traveled to Florida to speak with parents and teachers.

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