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02/24/2014

California's anti-trans coalition fails to make school harder, less safe for trans students

by Jeremy Hooper

I teased it earlier, and now it's official: The so-called "Privacy For All Students" coalition didn't get their nasty repeal effort on the ballot:

Transgender Rights Repeal Misses California Ballot [AP via ABC News]

Attempts to make already-vulnerable students even more vulnerable are always particularly disturbing. Their loss is that more satisfying.

Also another National Org. For Marriage loss. To remind you, NOM's political director, Frank Schubert, is the master mind behind this effort, and NOM promoted the crap out of it. And now it's loss is yet another—yet another—pin in the org's bubble.

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