Gay Star News reports:
A group calling themselves ‘Privacy For All Students’ is aiming to get the issue on the ballot in November. Assemblyman Curt Hagman has criticised the new law, stating: ‘Brown signed this measure into law despite having received thousands of letters from concerned parents urging him to veto it. ‘Many people who wrote to the governor wrote to me as well, asking the state to not impose the social values of the most liberal politicians on our classrooms.’
Not quite sure how that’s going to work, since it takes quite a while to gather signatures, and the only other way to get it on the ballot is through the legislature, which passed the law the first place. Good luck with that.