UPDATED: Final Hours Extended to Get Petitions In on “Co-Ed Bathroom Bill”
The referendum effort against AB 1266, the “Co-Ed Bathroom Bill”, had 90 days to collect and turn in petitions. The deadline fell on this coming Sunday, but most offices are closed on the weekend. However, several county registrar offices have communicated that they will accept the petitions on Sunday, so we have a couple extra days to continue to gather signatures.
Advocates’ office will continue to collect petitions through tomorrow, Friday, up until 4:00 pm. Our address is 24910 Las Brisas Road, Ste. 110, Murrieta, CA. Phone: 951-304-7583
If you are out of our area and live in one of the following counties, please make sure your petitions are in the correct office (Northern or Southern California) by 4:00 pm this Saturday!
Or send petitions to:
Northern California Office
Privacy for All Students
660 J Street, Suite 250
Sacramento, CA 95814
Southern California Office
(south of the Grapevine)
Calvary Chapel Chino Hills
4201 Eucalyptus Ave.
Chino, CA 91710
Pick up petitions are our office or download them at Privacyforallstudents.com and have our neighbors, friends and family sign them. We’re finding that most of the general public does not even know about this ridiculous law!
We are coming up on the last chance for you to sign the petition and count your name towards the referendum against AB 1266, the law that will allow public school students to choose the bathroom, locker room, and sports team of their choice – regardless of their gender. If this referendum doesn’t reach the needed number of signatures, students will be able to choose which gender they most identify with and use the corresponding facilities – meaning less privacy for all students. Imagine a boy who says he identifies as a girl sharing a locker room with the rest of the teenage girls! Read More
One of our new clients, The Clergy Network, is a marketplace ministry operated by a husband and wife team, Brian and Linda Trott, both are ordained ministers with doctorates in divinity. They officiate weddings, funerals and other special occasions. The Clergy Network provides referral services to like-minded ministers who view their profession as an opportunity to share their Christian faith by officiating special occasions in the marketplace.
As an added benefit to wedding couples, Brian is authorized to issue a limited number of confidential marriage licenses to couples on behalf of the County of Orange, California.
The Clergy Network was recently contacted by a woman looking for someone to issue a confidential marriage license and to officiate her wedding. Brian had no additional confidential marriage licenses that he could issue at the time and was already booked for the woman’s wedding day.
The Clergy Network referred the woman to another minister who could perform the services required on the date requested. The woman refused the referral; she said that she did not want a “Hispanic” minister and wanted Linda Trott to conduct the ceremony. She then disclosed that she would be marrying a female. It was apparent to Linda that this was a “set-up” following the reversal of Proposition 8.
Caylin, an 8th grade student at a Corona-Norco public school, was reprimanded and threatened with consequences after passing out a flier to schoolmates before school began warning her fellow students of the new “co-ed bathroom and locker room bill.” This controversy arises as referendum petitions are being
circulated for signatures in order to repeal AB 1266, a new California law that allows public school students to use opposite-sex restrooms and locker rooms, and also allows students to play on opposite-sex athletic teams. Read More
If you live in California, please consider signing the petition to repeal AB 1266, the law that will allow public school students to choose the bathroom, locker room, and sports team of their choice – regardless of their gender. All they have to do is say that they identify as the opposite gender to start using those bathrooms and locker rooms.
We are working along with privacyforallstudents.comto overturn this “Co-Ed Bathroom Bill”, and we need your help! All completed petition forms need to be mailed or turned into our office by October 31 in order to be counted toward the total.
If you would like to help in this effort to protect our children in the public schools, please take these easy steps: Read More
Recently, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1266 into law in California. This law allows public school students to choose whichever athletic team they want to be on – no matter their gender, they can choose to be on the men’s or women’s team. Further, it allows public school students to choose the restrooms, showers and locker rooms of their choice – male or female.
AB 1266 contains no rules, standards or guidelines. There is no parental involvement required, nor a professional or medical assessment. All a student has to do under this law is claim a “gender identity” of the opposite sex. There is also no consideration for the interests of all students that would be affected. Privacy and security concerns of students are ignored.
In August of this year, Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1266 into law in California. This law allows public school students to choose whichever athletic team they want to be on – male or female. Further, it also allows public school students to choose the restrooms and locker rooms of their choice – male or female. Read More
Early this morning, Oct. 3rd, Pastor Chuck Smith, founder of Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, went to be with his Lord at the age of 86 after a battle with lung cancer. Since the battle with this disease began in 2011, Pastor Chuck continued to preach and oversee the administration of Calvary Chapel, serving the Lord until the very end. Read More
Last month, we told you about the incredible victory we had in the courts: Our two clients who were arrested for reading the Bible aloud outside of their local DMV were found “Not Guilty.” This month, we’d like to tell you about our co-counsel in this case, Nic Cocis, who in 1983 came from a communist dictatorship in Romania to the United States, where he became an advocate for individual liberties. Read More