Bill to Mandate CA Colleges Get Into the Abortion Business Debated in Sacramento This Wednesday

Back in committee for consideration this Wednesday is state legislation mandating California public university health centers offer students chemical abortions as a “basic health service.” The bill,  SB 320, stalled last year over California State University and University of California concerns about safety, cost, and liability. A new version of…

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Rocklin Charter School Parents Ask for Delay to Charter Renewal After Exposing Kids to Transgenderism

The Rocklin, California charter school that made national news over the summer for introducing kindergartners to transgenderism, asked for a five-year renewal to their charter last week. But upset parents showed up to object, asking the Newcastle Elementary School Board of Trustees, that oversee the school, to hold off on…

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Spokane School District is Safe From Planned Parenthood’s Indoctrination – For Now

Planned Parenthood claims that it is “the nation’s largest provider of sex education, reaching 1.5 million people a year,” but it seems that the Spokane Public Schools Board doesn’t think the information provided in Planned Parenthood’s sex education is the best solution for its students. A school district in Spokane,…

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Governor Brown Protects First Amendment Rights of Religious Organizations by Vetoing AB 569

SACRAMENTO – On Sunday night, Governor Jerry Brown announced his veto of AB 569, a bill which would have punished faith-based organizations for freely exercising their First Amendment rights in an employment context. Specifically, it aimed to criminalize any contracts or employee codes of conduct related to abortion and sex…

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Charter School Tells Parents They Can’t Opt Kindergartners Out of Transgenderism Lessons

Over 500 parents and activists spent four hours in front of a Rocklin California Charter School Board last Monday night sounding off on whether transgenderism was an “age appropriate” topic for kindergartners. Nearly 30 school parents stood at the microphone and answered that question with a resounding “no,” while only…

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