USA, California: Judge Rules Against Group Trying to Repeal Transgender Kids Law

Written by scott on April 19th, 2014

Transgender FlagA group fighting to repeal a bill protecting transgender kids suffered another setback in court today.

LGBTQ Nation reports:

A judge in Sacramento has ruled that elections officials in 30 California counties do not have to turn over records that would help sponsors of a failed ballot referendum challenge the invalidation of thousands of voter signatures. Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley on Friday granted the state’s request to quash subpoenas issued on behalf of Privacy for All Students, which sought to repeal a new law that spells out the rights of transgender students in public schools. Relying on counts submitted by county offices, the secretary of state determined in February that the group was about 17,000 signatures short of the number needed to qualify its proposed referendum to repeal the law.

Hopefully this will put an end to this hateful attempt to take away the rights of some of the most vulnerable kids in the state.

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1 Comments so far ↓

  1. Larry Schlatter says:

    One can only hope the anti-transgender group spent, and lost, lots of money in this case.

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