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11/12/2013

'Privacy For All Students' campaign: We have no solutions, we just want to repeal the bill

by Jeremy Hooper

Over on Facebook, I asked the coalition attempting to repeal the California law that would add safeguards for transgender schoolchildren what sort of workable solution they have for protecting these vulnerable students. Check out their unbelievable response:

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So they think it's well within their pay grade to say that they know better than the legislature and governor, yet they don't think they have a responsibility to propose something "better"? Outrageous!

I'll add any further updates (from the PFAS coalition) as they come in.

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