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Proponents speak out in favor of sex-desegregated schools as governor signs co-ed bathroom bill


Last updated 9/5/2013 at Noon

A referendum was filed in August to overturn AB 1266 that was recently signed into law by Governor Brown. The controversial legislation has come to be called “the co-ed bathroom bill” because of its provision that allows children in grades K-12 to choose whatever bathroom or locker room they feel matches their sexual identity.

Proponents for the bill say the new law is to allow all students, including transgender, to feel safe in school. They hope the bill is not overturned.

“Reducing this bill to the bathroom issue alone is another way to polarize the conversation. At the end of th...

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