Petition to force a vote on California Transgender students rights fails: San Fran peeps celebrate in the street


Just posted by the California Secratory of State:
“Privacy for all students” failed to gather enough VALID signatures to force a referendum of AB1266

The petition to force a public vote on AB 1266, Pupil rights: sex-segregated school programs and activities, fell short by 17,276 valid signatures. The petition needed 504,760 signatures to put the referendum on the November ballot.

The haters aren’t done just yet. They want to check the signatures that were thrown out

Click to see the full spreadsheet

Karen England, co-chairwoman of ‘privacy for all students told the Washington Times they have ‘people lined up’ for Tuesday to check the signatures.

Fav. Picture from #AB1266 rallies yesterday is this person taking on the "transgender" vs. "transgendered" debate

— Parker Marie Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) February 25, 2014

San Diego, California News Station – KFMB Channel 8 –

Sign at Sacramento suburb sig gathering for #CA2014 referendum of transgender teens bill #AB1266.

— John Myers (@johnmyers) October 11, 2013

Stop this from happening! Visit to sign the petition against School the Bathroom Bill! #AB1266

— Pacific Justice (@PacificJustice) October 30, 2013

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Kelli, Busey is managing editor at Planet Transgender


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