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A credible threat to California's transgender bathroom law
A credible threat to California's transgender bathroom law

In late 2013, the group Privacy For All tried to repeal a new California law allowing transgender students to use the bathroom facilities and play on sports teams of the gender with which they identify. Happily, it failed. Not for trying, though. The group gathered many more than the 504,760 signatures required to get a referendum on the 2014 ballot, but not enough of them were valid, according to the secretary of state’s office. That derailed what could have been an ugly rerun of the Proposition 8 fight. The group is back this year with a similar proposal -- and a much lower bar to qualify, only 365,880 signatures, thanks to paltry voter turnout last year.  The...

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