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07/17/2012

CA pupils learn that adults' discriminatory desires don't always win

by Jeremy Hooper

For the second time in as many years, those trying to make California's schools less LGBT-inclusive have failed at their bid:

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Opponents of a law that requires California public schools to cover the contributions of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people have again failed to qualify a ballot measure that would have overturned the requirement.
Effort to undo California gay history law fails [AP via Mercury News]

No word if the Stop SB48/CLASS ACT coalition will ever give this obviously unsupported effort a third go. Though I kind of hope so, since discriminatory failure, like all comedy, does work best when it comes in three.

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