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Social Media Post Made By A Utah School Board Member Is Under Investigation

A social media post about LGBTQA+ youth is being investigated by the Utah State School Board. 

A post made by Utah State School Board member, Natalie Cline, showed a sign hung up in a Latter-day Saint seminary building that said, “If you are LGBTQA+ welcome to seminary”. 

Cline shared a picture of the sign with a message that said, “Time to make some phone calls,” and, “The world is too much with us”. 

 

The post has now been deleted and the Utah State School Board announced on Tuesday that the post is being reviewed. 

 

The incident occured at the seminary building at Layton High School. The seminary program is a private institution of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and allows students to attend classes during the school day on a release program. 

 

Harley is a news reporter at UPR. She covers a bit of everything, but especially news dealing with education and updates from the governor. She has always loved both writing and public speaking, so radio is perfect for her. She is a student at USU studying journalism, sociology, and criminal justice. Outside of work and school, she loves running, hiking, and exploring National Parks.