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Another loss for NOM? Effort to block CA Transgender student protection law appears dead

by Mike Andrew – SGN Staff Writer What a difference a week makes! On November 11, Frank Schubert, master strategist for the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), announced he had submitted more than enough signatures to qualify a referendum on California’s new law protecting Transgender students. The law, named the School Success and Opportunity Act, made California the first state in the country to require its public schools to allow Trans students access to whatever restroom, locker room, or sports team they identify as appropriate for them. The new law gave students the right ‘to participate in sex-segregated programs, activities and facilities’ based on their self-perception and regardless of their birth gender. Schubert had until November 22 to submit some 505,000 valid signatures in order to qualify his referendum for the November 2014 ballot. Schubert said he was turning in more than 613,0

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