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A Florida school district has delayed the distribution of a high school’s yearbooks, saying that photos from a protest of the state’s “Don’t Say Gay” law must be covered before the books can be given out.

The photos, which occupy about two pages of the class of 2022 Lyman High School yearbook, show students holding LGBTQ pride flags and signs at an event held to protest the Parental Rights in Education law — commonly referred to as “Don’t Say Gay” — which prohibits public elementary school teachers from instructing about sexual orientation and gender identity.