From the Seattle PI:
Previously here and here.
The lawsuit claims it's unconstitutional to require elementary school students have a parent's permission to check out "In Our Mothers' House," a picture book featuring three adopted children growing up with two mothers.
"I was shocked when I heard that a handful of parents had made a decision about whether everyone else's kids could have access to this book," said Tina Weber, a district parent who is listed as a plaintiff along with her two children. "Our job as parents is to make sure we teach our children about our values. We can do that without imposing our personal views on the rest of the school community."