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Group sues California over new transgender bathroom law
« on: December 21, 2013, 05:58:18 PM »
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/12/21/group-sues-california-over-new-transgender-bathroom-law/?intcmp=latestnews

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SAN DIEGO –  Groups trying to overturn a new California law allowing transgender students to choose public school restrooms and sports teams that correspond with their expressed genders have filed a lawsuit claiming state officials are unfairly refusing to count signatures seeking a referendum.

Sacramento-based Privacy For All Students, a coalition of conservative groups, filed the lawsuit Thursday against the secretary of state and two counties.

It says a courier delivered signatures collected in Tulare ahead of a deadline of Nov. 10, but offices were closed early before the three-day weekend. In Mono County, a courier dropped the signatures in a county mail slot a day before the deadline, but workers did not return to their jobs until the deadline had passed, according to the plaintiffs.

The plaintiffs say the secretary of state's office is refusing to validate the signatures


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Re: Group sues California over new transgender bathroom law
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2013, 06:08:29 PM »
Imagine that!  The Mexifornia government not cooperating with someone who doesn't want to share a restroom with the opposite sex. :whistle:
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