Two Moms Talk About HB19-1032

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Angie Austin and Kim Munson discuss HB19-1032, the bill seeking to promote a hypersexual agenda in Colorado classrooms.

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Angie and Kim Talk About Hb19-1032

Angie Austen is the co-host of KLZ 560 AM’s The Angie Austin & Mike Opelka show. Angie and Kim are in the studio to discuss HB19-1032, the bill promoting a hypersexual agenda for Colorado sex ed in the classrooms. The discussion comes from their backgrounds not as radio-hosts but as mothers.

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