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Virginia Court Paves Way for Trans-Friendly Bathrooms

It is often said that “as California goes, so goes the rest of the nation.” That’s not necessarily a blessing when our bellwether state is led by decidedly progressive legislators. Nearly three years ago, California became the first state in the nation to pass a landmark bathroom bill allowing all students to select which restroom and locker room they use based on their “perceived” gender. Since then, LGBT activists Read More

The Fight against the Co-Ed Bathroom Bill isn’t over yet!

   We are honored to serve on the steering committee for Privacy for All Students (PFAS), the organization promoting the referendum that would repeal the Co-Ed Bathroom Bill (AB 1266). Here is a summary of AB 1266 and how it may affect our children in the public schools.

The California Secretary of State is reporting that PFAS came up 17,276 signatures short of the total 504,760 signatures needed. The Secretary of State declared that 487,484 signatures were valid and that 131,857 were invalid.  But this is not the last wordRead More