The floodgates are opened with this liberal administration. In California there is only one political party now. This could happen in every state.
SB 323 On February 19, 2013, Senate Bill (SB) 323 was introduced in the California Legislature by Sen. Ricardo Lara (D—Long Beach). According to its author, the bill seeks to force the Boy Scouts of America to accept “gender identity” and homosexuality by threatening two key tax exemptions. An initial review by Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) attorneys reveals the bill’s impacts to be even more sweeping than stated by its proponents. In addition to directly affecting youth organizations ranging from 4-H to Little League to Special Olympics, the bill more broadly requires virtually all youth sports in California to allow children of any gender to participate in any sports team or activity, in order for the organization to remain tax-exempt. Moreover, SB 323 would negatively affect at least one area of tax exemptions for private religious schools and higher education, and could potentially have a highly coercive effect on these institutions. Finally, the bill is a large step toward revocation of property tax exemptions, and exemptions for all religious non-profits that maintain traditional beliefs about sexuality and gender. AB 1266 On February 22, 2013, Assembly Bill (AB) 1266 was introduced in the California Legislature by Asm. Tom Ammiano (D—San Francisco). This bill seeks to impose radical “gender identity” mandates on K-12 public schools to a degree that most parents would find shocking. AB 1266 requires that elementary, middle and high school students be allowed to fully participate on sports teams of the opposite sex, and access opposite-sex bathrooms, locker rooms, and other “facilities,” based solely on the student’s self-proclaimed “gender identity”—not their biological sex.