California School Bathroom Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk

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Sacramento, CA—California Assembly Bill 1266, the “School Bathroom Bill,” passed the Senate and now heads to the Governor’s desk to be signed into law. AB1266 will require all public schools to allow gender confused youth to use facilities—including bathrooms and locker rooms—, participate in sex-segregated activities, and play on sports teams of the opposite sex based solely on their perceived “gender identity” and not their biological sex.

“As a society, we know we must protect children from harm, but this law is in direct violation of that principle,” said Brad Dacus, President of Pacific Justice Institute. “These politicians have disregarded the safety and privacy of all children, in exchange for appeasing the vocal LGBT lobby,” Dacus continued.