Will Californians Get To Vote On Protections For Trans Students?
An effort to repeal a new law that would add protections for transgender students might not make it onto the ballot for a voter referendum, according to a California LGBT activist. However, leaders behind the repeal effort say "it's too early to call."
Opponents Of California Transgender Student Protections Law Confident Repeal Effort Will Move Forward
Members of Privacy For All Students, a coalition backed by anti-LGBT activist Frank Schubert and the National Organization for Marriage, say they have collected more than enough signatures for a ballot measure. But LGBT advocates question how many will remain after the state's verification process.
California GOP Backs Effort To Overturn State's Transgender Student Protections Law
"[T]hey had to find a new boogeyman and that is transgender kids," says the out gay regional vice-chairman of the California Republican Party. If the referendum organizers collect enough signatures, the measure would go on the November 2014 ballot.