A warrant article in Wolfeboro submitted by Bobbi Boudman to prevent the town from spending money to ban books passed overwhelmingly, 1,058-406. “Wolfeboro citizens don’t ban books,” said Boudman. Ruth Clough, a self-professed conservative from Tuftonboro, and a critic of Boudman wrote in an op-ed in Friday’s Sun in schools there is “sexual grooming of very young children, and blames sexual explicit books, including one that teaches children the proper way to have gay sex.”

This week’s Tele-Talk question: Should sexually explicit books be banned in schools?

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