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Well if you want Google Alerts, anti-trans Californians, here's one for ya...

by Jeremy Hooper

California's anti-trans coalition, working under the fake (as in deeply deceptive) name of "Privacy For All Students," posted this gloat to Facebook:

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Only thing? At almost the same time PFAS posted the above, this went up on the SF Chronicle's site:

Opponents of a new state law that expands transgender students' rights appear to have fallen just short of qualifying a repeal initiative for the November ballot, the secretary of state's office said Wednesday.

A random sampling indicated that the law's opponents failed to gather the 504,760 valid signatures of registered voters that they needed to put their measure on the ballot, Secretary of State Debra Bowen said. Her office will now begin a full signature-by-signature count that could take 30 working days, or until Feb. 24.

KEEP READING: Bid to repeal transgender-student law falling short [SF Gate]

Guess they missed this one. Not that it's a "neener-neener" or a "mocking," per se. But it's certainly not "crickets."

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