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Whatcom school boards not immune to culture wars

About 2 dozen seats up for election in the county in November

From left, former Bellingham School Board president Kenneth Gass, former Ferndale School Board president Lee Anne Riddle, current Bellingham director Jenn Mason and Indivisible Bellingham host Michael Berres sit on at a shared table facing the audience as guest speaker talks behind a podium.
From left, former Bellingham School Board president Kenneth Gass, former Ferndale School Board president Lee Anne Riddle, current Bellingham director Jenn Mason and Indivisible Bellingham host Michael Berres sit on a Monday, Aug. 21 panel. The current and former school board members discussed current culture wars happening within districts and at meetings. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
In recent years, school boards have become battlegrounds for national conversations surrounding sex
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