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Ballot Measure Referendum to Overturn California's LGBT History Law Gets Green Light

LGBT POV's Karen Ocamb reports that anti-gay efforts to overturned California's recently-passed FAIR Education Act, which requires LGBT curriculum to be taught in public schools, have been approved by the Secretary of State:

Milk The Capitol Resource Institute received the OK today from the California Sec. of State to begin circulating signatures-gathering petitions to place a ballot initiative on the June 2012 ballot to overturn SB 48, the California FAIR Education Act. SB 48 is a natural extension of Harvey Milk Day, requiring public schools to stop discriminating against LGBT people by rendering the LGBT minority invisible in public education. The bill requires schools to start teaching about LGBT history and contributions starting Jan. 1, 2012. Inclusion in California textbooks has been deferred until 2015 because of the economy.

Supporters of the ballot measure must collect 504,000 valid signatures by mid-October. The measure would go on the June 2012 ballot.

Many more details at LGBT POV.

(photo by jerry pritikin)

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  1. How about we start a lawsuit to prevent this type of thing to be voted on? Don't you think there are constitutional issues in this?

    Posted by: Ezam | Jul 27, 2011 12:29:55 AM


  2. I had to come to a point where I could love all people but Hate the "SIN". But I refuse to force teachers to teach my children Sin is ok! Without the consent of Parents! My child Will be sick on that day or suddenly feel like throwing up! What's next "X" rated movies! or what happens if they want to marry there horse? That is OK too!!!???? God say's Love the sinner Abhor the or hate the sin uphold "Prop "8"! How many times to we have to vote for Prop " 8" !!!!!!

    Posted by: 14 prop" 8" | Sep 20, 2012 9:40:13 PM


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